David Tepper

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (2 of 2)
Birthday: Sept. 17
In My Own Words:
Princeton, UVa Law grad, game show enthusiast, investor, movie buff, newcomer to jazz
 

Reviews

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The Copyright Handbook: How to Protect & Use Writt&hellip by Stephen Fishman
There's no substitute for a good copyright attorney when you have a problem on your hands, but for the everyday business of securing and registering your work, you can't go wrong with this book. There's even a good chapter on the confusing field of cyberspace copyright, and international copyright treaties are given adequate due.
But the book either overreaches or doesn't do enough, depending on one's point of view. The title of this book explicitly states that the subject is written works. However, the discussion on "moral rights", although brief, seems very pointless because moral rights apply to artists, not writers. Similar irrelevancies pop up here and there. The upshot… Read more
For the Love of You ~ Candy Dulfer
For the Love of You ~ Candy Dulfer
I bought this CD only because I'm a huge fan of Candy Dulfer, and I bought it cheap from an auction site. It's interesting to see her making the transition from her sultry and nuanced "Saxuality" to the straight-up dance jazz of "What Does It Take". This CD lacks the coherence of her earlier and later albums, as if Candy were suffering from artistic growing pains. Happily, all turned out well in the end for her, but this particular album is too unfocused to really make an impression. Furthermore, some of the songs were jarring and gave me headaches.
You won't be sorry buying any of Ms. Dulfer's other work, but I just don't have it in me to recommend this… Read more
Fodor's CITYGUIDE Washington, D.C., 2nd Edition: T&hellip by Fodor's
If you're moving to the D.C. area, this is a wonderful guide to have around in the weeks up to and during your move. It focuses a little too much on D.C. proper, and not quite enough on the Northern Virginia or suburban Maryland areas. There are some minor errors scattered here and there that could have been easily checked and corrected. And not wrong, but irksome: on the beigish-yellow portions of map 13, the Yellow Metrorail line is all but invisible. Smart thinking, Fodor's.
But the sheer amount of useful information in this book is staggering. The maps are clear, the neighborhood descriptions put me right in the middle of the bustling crowds, and the places and activities… Read more