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Wagner's comments on VVPR

elections, certification/testing, reform, secrecy, privacy, politics, berkeley, problems, friends, usability
David Wagner has posted [follow-up comments][1] responsive to questions submitted to him by the House Admininstration and Science Committees. These questions werein response to his [superb testimony][2] on the hill in July. [1]: http://www.cs.berkel… more »

Untitled

berkeley, friends, iSchool
If you know [Judd], you know [this is profound]: > We?re all just learning the word terrorist. [this is profound]: http://www.technotaste.com/blog/my-september-11th-2001/ [Judd]: http://www.technotaste.com/ When I first read this, I read it… more »

Welcome

blogging, friends, legal
Everyone welcome [Tara Wheatland](http://taralaska.com/) to the blogosphere as she spends the next 1.5 years clerking for an AK Appeals Court judge. more »

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 »

Programmer Volunteers Needed

elections, reform, open source, friends
Verified Voting Foundation and VerifiedVoting.org needs a few experienced programmers to help with several key software projects for the 2006 elections. We hope we can find volunteers who devote some significant time over the next few months to help… more »
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