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** DRM, Assumed-Piracy and Software-Libre
 
** DRM, Assumed-Piracy and Software-Libre
 
*** Sampling, the judiciary and caseload necessity
 
*** Sampling, the judiciary and caseload necessity
** Technology and Economic Incentivization
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*** Technology and Economic Incentivization
 
** MMO-etc in the First vs Third World
 
** MMO-etc in the First vs Third World
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*** Castronova's Virtual Property and Zittrain's Generative Internet
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*** Lanier's "Digital Maoism" and Wale's/Negroponte's "Empowered Unwashed"
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*** The Horde at the Gate, eGold and unchecked Digital-Economic growth
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** Swarming and Groupthink. Novelty and Originality
 
** Silicon snake-oil and the Singularity
 
** Silicon snake-oil and the Singularity
** Lanier's "Digital Maoism" and Wale's/Negroponte's "Empowered Unwashed"
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** The MMORPG Treadmill/Labour, Gold-Miners, Racism  
** The MMORPG Treadmill/Labour, Gold-Miners, Racism and unchecked Digital-Economy growth
 
** Castronova's Virtual Property and Zittrain's Generative Internet
 
** Swarming and Groupthink. Novelty and Originality
 
 
* Admin of the Harvard Forge [http://forge.abcd.harvard.edu]
 
* Admin of the Harvard Forge [http://forge.abcd.harvard.edu]
 
* Sys-Admin in the Harvard Art Museums
 
* Sys-Admin in the Harvard Art Museums
  
 
You can read my Spring06 LSTU-E120 midterm paper on iTunesU [http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ezi/dodo here] (synopsis: DRM and Archiving are fundamentally incompatible) and my final paper on NetNeutrality [http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ezi/punishing-success/ here] (synopsis: ISP bitstream intrusion invalidates the Safe Harbour rationale). You can read my final MUSI-E145 wikipedia entry on "The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld" [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventures_Beyond_The_Ultraworld here].
 
You can read my Spring06 LSTU-E120 midterm paper on iTunesU [http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ezi/dodo here] (synopsis: DRM and Archiving are fundamentally incompatible) and my final paper on NetNeutrality [http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ezi/punishing-success/ here] (synopsis: ISP bitstream intrusion invalidates the Safe Harbour rationale). You can read my final MUSI-E145 wikipedia entry on "The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld" [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventures_Beyond_The_Ultraworld here].

Revision as of 22:57, 14 September 2006

  • Name: Esmond Kane, Ezi
  • Academic Status: Undergrad and Overhere
  • Class interests:
    • Intellectual Property and Copyright
    • DRM, Assumed-Piracy and Software-Libre
      • Sampling, the judiciary and caseload necessity
      • Technology and Economic Incentivization
    • MMO-etc in the First vs Third World
      • Castronova's Virtual Property and Zittrain's Generative Internet
      • Lanier's "Digital Maoism" and Wale's/Negroponte's "Empowered Unwashed"
      • The Horde at the Gate, eGold and unchecked Digital-Economic growth
    • Swarming and Groupthink. Novelty and Originality
    • Silicon snake-oil and the Singularity
    • The MMORPG Treadmill/Labour, Gold-Miners, Racism
  • Admin of the Harvard Forge [1]
  • Sys-Admin in the Harvard Art Museums

You can read my Spring06 LSTU-E120 midterm paper on iTunesU here (synopsis: DRM and Archiving are fundamentally incompatible) and my final paper on NetNeutrality here (synopsis: ISP bitstream intrusion invalidates the Safe Harbour rationale). You can read my final MUSI-E145 wikipedia entry on "The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld" here.