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Sunday, July 27, 2003

News.Com: "Politics doesn't always have to trump good sense"

Charles Cooper: "Earlier in the month, UserLand transferred copyrights to Harvard's Berkman Center under a Creative Commons license and set up an advisory board.

"Whether that ends the feuding with folks who have very different ideas about how to advance the spec is anyone's guess. But it strikes me as laudable. Instead of opting for a proprietary land grab, a company that was an RSS tools builder freely gave up its guardianship to a nonprofit trust."

# Posted on 7/27/03; 12:37:29 PM -

Crimson: Harvard to House Blog Standards

Crimson: "Harvard Law Schoolís Berkman Center for Internet and Society has acquired the most popular specification for Internet weblogs, RSS 2.0, making Harvard a leading institution in one of the Internetís most popular trends."

# Posted on 7/27/03; 12:38:18 PM -