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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 have been woefully delinquent in posting these two new shows, as this year has been insanely busy (the major items: I had a couple of conferences with papers, taught two courses that I had not taught in a few years, bought a house and continued to be a dad to two wonderful young boys [...]
I am very pleased to post Show #110, March 10, my interview with Prof. Manuel Castells of the University of Southern California — Annenberg School of Communication, author of Communication Power. Manuel’s work is widely known for its prescience and insight and, given the focus of the show, I was thrilled and honored to have [...]
I signed on to a letter drafted by Profs. Adam Candeub and Brett Frischmann (Brett has been on the show in the past) in support of the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) regarding protecting the Internet as a free and open network. As the letter states: We believe the NPRM is a laudatory next [...]
My days working in the New York State Legislature — 1994-1995, pre-law school, right after graduation from college, as a Legislative Aide to a member of the Assembly — vividly and starkly illustrated to me the need for beat reporters to observe, question, fact-check and, most importantly, report on the goings-on in state capitols. Even [...]
As I read about the latest industry to beg DC policymakers to give them taxpayer money to “bail” them out, I am reminded of the words of the late Senator Paul Tsongas: “We are a continuum. Just as we reach back to our ancestors for our fundamental values, so we, as guardians of that legacy, [...]
For those that are interested, I’ve posted a disclosure statement addressing the major questions that you might have about the logistics and operations of Hearsay Culture. I hope that you find it . . . disclosing.
Tonight, I looked at my 21 month-old son Noah, sleeping peacefully in his crib. He, God willing, will wake up in a stronger, more hopeful and advanced nation in the morning. I am very proud of America tonight. Congratulations to President-elect Obama and to the United States. I am confident that future generations will thank [...]
Courtesy of xkcd.com:
I refrain from political discussion entirely on my radio show. But the blog, well, that’s different (I’ll figure out a number of reasons how and get back to you, but one is that it has veered into personal items in the past), so I take this opportunity to briefly mention why I will be voting [...]
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