David Levine of Elon Law and Stanford Law Center for Internet and Society writes to say that our interview (David talking with me) is now posted on the Hearsay Culture site along with good conversations featuring Eduardo Penalver and Sonia Katyal (Property Outlaws) and Rob Frieden (Winning the Silicon Sweepstakes). That’s three shows in all. Find em here: http://www.hearsayculture.com/?p=630 All three shows aired earlier this quarter on KZSU-FM.
About the shows, David says:
The first [show], Show 118, July 28 is my interview with Paul Jones of ibiblio.org. Paul is one of the true pioneers of the Internet, having founded SunSITE, one of the first webpages, as well as the digital library ibiblio.org. Paul is also a cutting-edge teacher, having taught a course using videos as the reading. In our interview, we had a wide-ranging discussion from Paulís pedagogical style to the future of the Internet. I am sure that youíll enjoy the discussion.
The second show is Show 119, August 4, my interview with Profs. Eduardo Penalver of Cornell Law and Sonia Katyal of Fordham Law discussing Property Outlaws. Eduardo and Sonia have written an excellent book examining copyright disobedience and its effects on the growth and development of copyright law. Analogizing to other examples of civil disobedience, Eduardo and Sonia paint a compelling picture of the need for such actions. I very much enjoyed the interview!
Show 120, August 11 is my interview with Prof. Rob Frieden of Penn Stateís College of Communications discussing Winning the Silicon Sweepstakes. Rob has written a pull-no-punches account of the failure of the FCC to properly regulate the United Statesí telecommunications interest. A sweeping indictment of the FCC, Robís book is also a trenchant analysis of where we should go in the future to reverse our course. Rob was a great guest and Iím sure that youíll find the interview of interest.