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Barack Obama's 2002 Speech (Lessig Blog)
Jan 15, 2008 ... I've seen lots of references to Obama's October, 2002 speech at an .... The speech doesn't actually say that Obama is against the Iraq War. ...
Winning Tuesday: An urgent plea to Obama supporters (Lessig Blog)
Nov 3, 2008 ... Please, if you’re an Obama supporter, do absolutely everything you can in the next 24 hours to make sure every single possible Obama vote ...
too (onion) funny (Lessig Blog)
EMAIL: IP: URL: http://dsa. DATE: 09/03/2003 06:14:30 PM. September 4, 2003 1:01 PM David Woycechowsky: ...
Testifying @ FCC @ Stanford (Lessig Blog)
... status quo (5% using 70% of b/w), the question is what's the best s0lution? .... 10% of the population (using P2P software) oppressing 90% of the population .... And all at the Expense of Nothing more than Sharing Alien Thoughts in ...
My $50 House Episode (or how I came to hate Internet Caps) (Lessig ...
Feb 4, 2009 ... Over here, we all have to live with caps on our home accounts, so we are used to this sort of nonsense. My home cap is 10 G, ...
Coming this fall: Remix (Lessig Blog)
Aug 4, 2008 ... I'm looking forward to this book, but am sad that it will be your last ... Would love to see a Remix Twitter stream once it's out to promote ...
Free Culture in French (Lessig Blog)
My book CC-licensed book Free Culture has been translated into French and made available as a free eBook. I am enormously grateful to Fabrice Epelboin for ...
The Future of Ideas is now Free (Lessig Blog)
Jan 15, 2008 ... Certainly your provision of your ideas as a free eBook should enable more people to read and consider them. Thanks for your continued work ...
The Read-Write Internet (Lessig Blog)
Jan 17, 2006 ... Also.. as for the read only internet...That will be able to be hacked like any other system. They may get more complex,but whatever is made ...
too (onion) funny (Lessig Blog)
EMAIL: IP: URL: http://dsa. DATE: 09/03/2003 06:14:30 PM. September 4, 2003 1:01 PM David Woycechowsky: ...
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