show #32 — prof. eric goldman — posted

I am pleased to post Show #32, my interview with Asst. Prof. Eric Goldman of Santa Clara Law School (SCLS), and Academic Director of the High Tech Law Institute at SCLS.

As I mentioned on the show, trademark law is a new topic for Hearsay Culture. And yet, as Eric ably demonstrated, it should not be a stranger to us. As Eric mentioned on his blog post regarding the show, we went into some detail regarding several areas of interest, namely domain name registration, on-line marketing and trademark law, and anti-adware laws. As always, Eric’s comments and observations were both insightful and thought-provoking, and I thoroughly enjoyed interviewing Eric. I might add, as I’ve gotten to spend some time with him at conferences (both driving to and attending them), that he’s a very nice guy to boot.

So I hope that you enjoy Show #32!

Yet again, I have been musically challenged: trademark music? So here’s the playlist, and like Bob Dylan, I’ll just throw it out there and you decide what it means . . .

(1) Search/String Cheese Incident/Outside Inside
(2) Lotus Flower/McCoy Tyner Big Band/Uptown / Downtown (Live at the Blue Note)
(3) Crepuscule With Nellie (Take 6)/Thelonious Monk/Monk’s Music
(4) Strode Rode/Sonny Rollins/Saxophone Colossus