I spent this summer posting an intellectual property law syllabus on the H2O Project’s website, which was incredibly informative if a little dry (you can see what I did if you sign in as an Anonymous user, or you can request an account). But the joy of my summer was researching, designing, and building a [...]
Today I accepted an offer to intern for a professor working on a wide range of Internet governance and technology-and-society issues. I’ll be focusing on a educational technology project and helping out with other projects as they come along. It will let me dig deeply into my intellectual property nerdiness and my civil liberties nerdiness, [...]
There is a nearly audible tone of power around Pennsylvania Ave and Capitol Hill, like the kind that hums under most large cities’ financial districts. Made up of the clicks of 1000s of stylish heels and the swish of 1000s of tailored jackets, it can be intoxicating or upsetting. But unlike visiting the Financial District [...]
At least that was what the Editor of Cooks Source Judith Griggs thought until the internet smacked her down. You can find the entire story here.
“We can say nothing but what hath been said . . . Our poets steal from Homer . . . . Our storydressers do as much; he [...]
I’m greatly enjoying listening to James Boyle’s The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind read aloud on my way to work. He includes a fine quote from Thomas Jefferson, the relevant piece of which is:
If nature has made any one thing [...]