At long last, Andrew McLaughlin has a weblog. Such good news. Not suprisingly, he’s out of the gate with a real gusto. His post of today: on VoIP (Voice-over-Internet- Protocol), entitled, “Judge Davis Gets it: The Internet is not a Telephone.” Andrew is first-among-equals of a group of us team-teaching a class called Digital Democracy, which, so far, anyway, I think should be subtitled, “So tell me again how VoIP doesn’t change everything?” Andrew wrote more on the same issue a previous case in a post at xDev.
Here’s the opinion.