Archive for the 'personal' Category
The nature of radio is that you can get preempted by national events, emergencies, press conferences, or, if you have a show on KZSU-FM (Stanford) by Stanford baseball. Although I am a baseball fan and wish Stanford well, unfortunately this means that I will not have a new show air (after April 15) until May […]
I post a doting dad photo series illustrating the hard lessons of life. Here, Noah learns a hard lesson of life: property physically held may be lost. A hard lesson indeed when the item of lost property is your beloved panda. The good news (for Noah) is that panda was soon repossessed, and no fair […]
KZSU is in its interim period, and as such there will be no new Hearsay Culture shows until April 9. However, we have a packed schedule for the upcoming quarter, with guests ranging from intellectual property professors to business historians and technologists. I thank all of my future guests in advance, and look forward to […]
This radio gig is not new to me. But there was a large gap between this show and my last efforts to do radio. Prior to Hearsay Culture, one needs to return to 1990, my senior year in high school when I was station manager of the very sadly defunct WOSS-FM. WOSS-FM, the “Voice of […]
While there’s a break in the IPSC action, here’s a newer picture of young Noah, now six months old. I know, its off-topic and perhaps self-indulgant (but at least one person asked for more pictures, and it wasn’t my mother); however, this can explain any previous lags in posts!
I’m pleased to post Show #38, my interview with Tony Falzone, Director of the Fair Use Project (FUP) at Stanford Law School. The FUP is designed to address the challenges facing those who seek a vigorous fair use doctrine in copyright. I hope that you enjoy the interview, which focused on the hows and whys […]
Recognizing that this is not strictly (or even loosely) related to Hearsay Culture, I am posting a first: the first picture that I’ve been able to snare showing Noah smiling, which is a recent development. Noah is about 9.5 weeks old, so please pardon the indulgence. I have fought the urge to post more, but […]
Stay tuned for Show #29, my interview with Prof. Mark Lemley of Stanford Law School, to be posted early this week. Also, on Monday and Tuesday, February 26 and 27, I’ll be at the Tech Policy Summit in San Jose, California, for anyone who’d like to say hello! Hope to see you there!
One logistical goal of launching this site was to have it done by January 31, 2007. I met this deadline, but you may wonder, why January 31, 2007? The reason is below: Noah was born on February 1, 2007 and both my wife and my son are doing well. I am extremely grateful and thankful […]
You are currently browsing the Hearsay Culture weblog archives for the 'personal' category.Longer entries are truncated. Click the headline of an entry to read it in its entirety.