Archive for the 'web 2.0' Category

I am pleased to post two more shows for this quarter. The first, Show #193, October 2 is my interview with Prof. Anupam Chander of UC Davis Law, author of the just-released book The Electronic Silk Road. Anupam has written a wonderful study of the impact of the Internet and technology more broadly on trade […]

New semester, and new projects, means that I’m only now posting the last four shows from the summer quarter. They are: First, Show # 189, July 17, is my interview with Valentin Dander, PhD candidate at the University of Innsbruck, on open government data. I met Valentin at MIT8, a wonderful conference where this law […]

A semester of much administrative and other work left little time for posting new shows, even though they were “in the can” and even aired on KZSU-FM, Hearsay Culture’s home station. So, as a holiday gift, I’m now posting the last three shows of the fall quarter. The first show, Show #175, October 17, is […]

I am pleased to post the first four shows of the summer quarter. The first, Show #166, July 10, is my interview with Prof. Brett Frischmann of Cardozo Law, author of Infrastructure: The Social Value of Shared Resources. Brett has written a thoroughly-researched and thought-provoking account of the benefits and challenges of viewing our infrastructure, […]

I’m pleased to post the last three shows of the spring quarter. The first, Show #163, May 22 is my interview with Prof. Lea Shaver of Hofstra Law regarding her article Illuminating Innovation. Lea focuses on the story of Edison’s invention of the lightbulb, but draws some surprising conclusions about its import to intellectual property […]

I am pleased to post two more shows for the fall quarter. The first, Show 147, August 17 is my interview with Prof. Marcus Boon of York University, discussing In Praise of Copying. Marcus has written a unique contribution to our notions of what it means to copy and imitate by examining copyright law through […]

I am pleased to post the last four shows of the spring quarter. The first, Show # 138, May 10, is my interview with Pamela Long, co-author of Obelisk: A History. Obelisks are not a common topic on Hearsay Culture — in fact, they had never been mentioned before. But Pam’s book is right up […]

At long last (end of semester craziness, primarily, caused the delay), I am pleased to post two new shows! The first, Show #136, April 12 is my interview with Prof. David Post of Temple University Beasley School of Law, author of In Search of Jefferson’s Moose: Notes on the State of Cyberspace. David’s book analyzes […]

I am pleased to post three more shows for this quarter. The first, Show 132, February 15, is my interview with Associate Dean Michael Madison of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Mike’s work on the cultural commons and its parameters is critical to our understanding of how knowledge is shared and under what […]

I am pleased to post Show #131, February 1, my interview with Prof. Ramesh Srinivasan, Department of Information Studies and Design|Media Arts at the University of California Los Angeles. Ramesh studies the code — the ontology — of new media. His work is a cross-section of the interests of many guests that have been on […]


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