Friday, August 22, 2003
Some sundry good stuff:
Kevin Heller's Tech Law Advisor turned one last week, and as a present it has a new look and some great current posts (
permalinks not working but these are topmost now; Kev, there's the opposite of a "honeydo" for the weekend –fixed):
- JD's Unite and Takeover
- Kill All the Copyright Lawyers
- School's out for Summer
- Is this like the chewbacca defense?
The eminently cool John Battelle (of the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and bIPblog) will be moderating a panel on "Developing Successful E-Communities," November 3, 2003, at AD:TECH, New York.
The Sophorist, "Turning Consumers Into Slaves?:" "I'm not proposing we do away with capitalism. Capitalism is great. Let's just think about what we're doing when we hear talk of reforming all these laws that protect individuals."
Price-free, ad-free (for now, says Chad; text ads maybe further down the road, but nothing graphical or popup-ical) aggregation of AP top headlines, as well as legal, business, and technology news, at detod news. (Weather too.)
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