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New Feed for Pam Samuelson's Papers

feeds, copyright, open source, patents, berkeley, friends, research, policy, legal, education, iSchool
Hi, if you're a fan of my adviser, Pam Samuelson, and her scholarship, then you'd probably like to know that there is a feed for her paper page (where she posts her forthcoming papers): The old feed had fallen into disrepair. This one is largely au… more »


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If you're not following Yuri and Luisa's [adventures in China] at [freewisdom], you're missing out. [adventures in China]: [freewisdom]: more »

Recovery 2.0

blogging, open source, berkeley, friends, policy, iSchool
[Callie Jones] and [Sarai Mitnick] (iSchool students) have had their final paper from our [open source class]( published in this month's issue of [First Monday](… more »

Bye Bye Comments and Trackbacks...

Alas, poor Comments and Trackbacks, I knew thee well. **UPDATE [2006-03-21T19:53:48]:** Well, I surprised by how many people have said they would like to comment on my blog (even if they never have). So, I'll selectively enable comments on some post… more »

Bye bye boing boing

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It's funny... seeing this NYT article, [*"Popular Web Site Falls Victim to a Content Filter"*](, reminds me to announce to the world that I no longer read Boing Boing. After [Ryan](http://sin… more »
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