108 Installments—Entirely free
This book is about an effect of the Internet beyond the Internet itself: an effect upon how culture is made.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
At the end of his review of my first book, /Code: And Other Laws of Cyberspace/, David Pogue, a brilliant writer and author of countless technical and computer- related texts, wrote this:
"Unlike actual law, Internet software has no capacity to punish. It doesn't affect people who aren't online ...
Copyright 2004 by Lawrence LessigBack to top
Reviewed by Prokofy on Jan 20, 2009
Criticism of Lessig Sorely Needed
I'm going to critique each installment I can, as I think Lessig has gotten away with murder for far too long.
Reviewed by plofkerh on Jan 27, 2009
Lessig in layman's terms describes the concept of copyright and how the existing system is broken.
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