Books and Other Online Resource

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Class Readings

Readings: There are readings for each week of the course. These readings vary in length, mode and sophistication. The required readings include sections of eight books, none of which is assigned in its entirety.

Many of these books are available entirely online for free as downloads, though of course you can buy or borrow the book from the library. Copies of each one should be on reserve at the HLS library.

Feel free to put any additional information on this page as well as discuss, summarize, etc., the books at their own entries.

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Weaving the Web

  • Tim Berner-Lee, Weaving the Web.

The Wealth of Networks

Trade Secrets

  • Doron Ben-Atar, Trade Secrets (Yale University Press, 2004).

Access Denied

  • Ronald Deibert, John Palfrey, Rafal Rohozinski, and Jonathan Zittrain, Access Denied: The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering (MIT Press, 2008).
  • Not yet published, available on myHLS.

Born Digital

  • John Palfrey & Urs Gasser, Born Digital (Basic Books, 2008).

A Crowd of One

  • John Henry Clippinger, A Crowd of One (Public Affairs, 2007).

Promises to Keep

We the Media

Democratizing Innovation

Everything is Miscellaneous

  • David Weinberger, Everything in Miscellaneous (Times Books, 2007).

Small Pieces loosely Joined

  • David Weinberger, Small Pieces Loosely Joined (Basic Books, 2002).

Who Controls the Internet

  • Jack Goldsmith and Tim Wu, Who Controls the Internet: Illusions of a Borderless World (Oxford, 2006).

Other Sites of Interest

Feel free to add any sites that serve as interesting resources here.

Internet Points of Control Wiki (Winter 2008)

MIT Open Courseware intro lecture on Marketing by Prof. John Hauser (pdf)