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Monday, May 19, 2003

Circuses And Bread

L.A. Times writer John Healey in an article profiling Grokster attorney Michael Page: "The key is to find analogies that help extend a well-established principle to new technologies."

Berkeley organizational behavior professor David I. Levine, in an L.A. Times article examining Sun's iWork program: "Humans were designed to communicate and be affectionate and break bread together. . . . It's going to take a long time to figure out how to break bread over the Internet."

Bread Slice
(Weblogs: A Multigrained Solution)

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