Archive for April 19th, 2007

Arthur Lipper III

What: “Royalties, the better way to finance and invest in companies and projects,”
Who: Arthur Lipper III
When: 3 pm Friday April 20
Where: Pleasants Room of the Wilson Library at UNC Chapel Hill

World-renowned authority in venture financing, securities expert, author, lecturer, entrepreneur, management consultant and winner of numerous awards, Arthur Lipper III, will be on campus for a special presentation hosted by the School of Information and Library Science.

Lipper is currently the Chairman of the British Far East Holdings Ltd. in Del Mar, California, and has been affiliated with the international financial community since 1954. He is involved with many educational institutions including the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise of the Kenan-Flagler Business School here at UNC at Chapel Hill.

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Doc Searls posts a great stanza from “Song of Myself” which you will remember is a poem by a newpaper writer turned poet.

You shall no longer take things at second or third hand…
nor feed on the spectres in books.
You shall not look through my eyes either,
nor take things from me.
You shall listen to all sides and filter them for yourself.

[at the end of section 2]

Is Whitman’s call for direct experience a visionary call what citizen media and citizen journalism?

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