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  1. How did I miss this?
  2. This entire series by the NYT is fantastic.
  3. I pulled this down from ProQuest.
  4. Well, that's provocative.
  5. This woman needs to find a new career.
  6. Ethiopia's historically embarrassing Internet regulation system still bad.
  7. Turns out, Linus' has his own law which is much less well known than the law named after Linus by Eric Raymond. The actual Linus' law is, "every motivation that makes a person do something can be classified under "survival", "social life" or "entertainment"."
  8. Seems like this guy is hosting dumps for WMF.
    updated: 2015-02-18, original: 2015-02-18 to , , , , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  9. "Over the last few years, Uber and Airbnb have come to be known as leaders of something called the sharing economy. Give their founders credit for this feat of mostly misplaced nomenclature. The companies help people sell rides in cars and rent stays in homes; they deserve no more credit for promoting a skill learned in preschool than Marriott or taxi companies."
  10. Fantastic journalism.
  11. This seems like a pretty crazy decision. Bad news for Germans until this gets appealed out of existence.
  12. "Google is not the Eye of Sauron, finding all that is good on the Internet and corrupting it. Nor, despite its mission "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful," is it humanity's informational savior. Google is a company that provides an enormously significant online service. When that service raises serious legal questions, we should ask whether it is good for the users or bad for the users."
  13. Zittrain's system for storing links from academic law review articles.
  14. Mark Shuttleworth reflects on the Ubuntu trademark policy.
    updated: 2013-12-23, original: 2013-12-23 to , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  15. " An appeals court agreed, with Judge Alex Kozinski saying, "With fame often comes unwanted attention." Noting the often bitter tone taken by companies in this five-year legal battle, Kozinski ordered both sides to behave. "The parties are advised to chill," he said in his ruling."
  16. Dan Ravicher is named lawyer of the week. You can read an expanded version of that phrase if you pay a whole bunch of money to some law journal. I didn't. Congrats Dan!
  17. "We should legislate that developing, distributing, or running a program on generally used computing hardware does not constitute patent infringement."

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