"Lawrence Lessig, a Stanford law professor and author of several important books on our technology-influenced future, was the program's (a five-day `Internet Law Program' at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society) pessimist. He's been jetting around the world for several years, warning of what's coming. And what's coming, he keeps saying, is a victory of the control freaks."
My brother's project
Vacation edition of Subterranean Homepage News
July 11, 2002
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Quickie -- it's a beautiful day, and I still have plants to pot. More later.
Cheney video: "The Players Talk About Andersen" The Veep's segment begins around 2:46 on this 3:57 RealAudio file.
The Strange Life of Everyday Objects: "John Freyer sold his possessions on Ebay and then traveled cross-country to visit the stuff and the people who bought it. Documenting the process at AllMyLifeForSale.com, Freyer describes each item, the related Ebay transaction, and its ultimate destination." via rhizome.org, Net Art News"
Ms. editor to consider printing "intelligent discussion" of opposing views: Newly appointed Ms. editor Tracy Wood says she wants to wants the magazine to be "inclusive," and will consider articles that challenge Ms.'s stances. "If they want to discuss [issues] in a civil way, then I'm open to it," she says. "I speak softly. I don't run over people." Wood, a former investigative reporter, tells Beverly Beyette: "I'm a news person. I'm not fluffy." via Romanesko
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