The Web Difference Starts Up

I’ve got the great pleasure of co-teaching with David Weinberger this semester. It’s his triumphant return to the classroom after a few decades of taking time off from formal university teaching. The core inquiry of the course is to explore whether or not the web is in fact “different” from that which came before. Then, for the lawyers among us, we’re asking what difference those differences make in terms of law and policy. The conceit, and the syllabus, are brand-new, at least for us. It’s already fun, two days in.

2 thoughts on “The Web Difference Starts Up

  1. If that is about the web2.0 approach, I would say the most work for lawyers is in the copyright law. Having given blogs, forums, feeds, rss, xml etc. everything can be – and is – copied and redistributed with less effort.

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