Engadget has started up a series called Know Your Rights that purports to offer advice to all of us out there in Internet land on how to avoid the pitfalls and perils in the giant minefield of RIAA lawyers, copyright curmudgeons, and greedy gremlins, who'd like to reshape the original intent of the copyright protections into the shape of their own bank accounts. (See here for a good primer on this.)
Nilay Patel is the copyright attorney authoring the series and if you judge by the first post on Fair Use, it will be informative and entertaining as well. As an example, he lays out how laws and interpretations of them are built upon precedent, which if not a slippery slope, is at least a jagged ridgeline complete with dangerous twists and turns.
I wish the series was aimed at the legal beagles and shysters on that side of the equation and not at users.