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A Small Quest Involving Creative Commons and Berkeley Theses

copyright, open source, berkeley, research, policy, legal, education, iSchool
Last Summer, I wanted to slap a [Creative Commons] license on [my dissertation][phd]. A good friend, [Ping], had used another license ([GFDL]) by simply changing the copyright page and including the legal terms of the license in an appendix. So, I sla… more »

My Thesis According to Wordle

elections, open source, photos, research, policy, education, iSchool

Dissertation Now Available

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, copyright, open source, secrecy, privacy, berkeley, litigation, research, policy, usability, legal, education, iSchool
Yesterday, I filed my dissertation and got [my sucker] (Berkeley gives you a tasty See's Cafe Latte hard candy sucker when you graduate). My dissertation is about a very poignant topic: policy mechanisms for making electronic voting systems more tran… more »

Happy 4th

friends, policy, education
While I'll be finishing the editing of my thesis, please have a fun, safe and memorably 4th of July (or belated 1st of July if [you're from up North]). Taking a suggestion from [John Gideon], I'll take a break and read a bit about our [Declaration… more »

Some graduation pics...

SIMS, berkeley, family, friends, education, iSchool
Here are some pics taken at our commencement... a superb pic taken by Andrew Fiore (catch his album on Facebook): A picture taken by Jens of me messin' around (link is to my flickr set): A picture taken by me with Yuri's camera... this is… more »
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