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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...obs had launched a revolution. Thirty years earlier, at the First West Coast Computer Faire in nearly the same spot, the twenty-one-year-old Jobs, wea... ...-one-year-old Jobs, wearing his first suit, ex- hibited the Apple II personal computer to great buzz amidst “10,000 walking, talking computer freaks.” ... ...some very good (VisiCalc), and some not so good (the inevitable and frequent computer crashes). The iPhone is the opposite. It is sterile. Rather than... ...he sense that they undertook their work for the innate in- terest of it, but professionals in the sense that they could devote themselves full time to... ...l Serv. Div., No. 71 Civ. 2203 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 15, 2007), available at http://graphics.nytimes.com/packages/pdf/nyregion/20070215_nycruling.pdf. 81.Hom... ....com/ (last visited June 1, 2007). 152. See MySpace.com, How Do I Add Color, Graphics, & Sound to My Profile Page?, http://www.myspace.com/Modules/Help...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...n since March 2000. From an open, somewhat anarchic, web of networked computers - it has evolved into a territorial, commercial, corporate exten... ... reviewers. The Internet was suppose to change all that. Originally, a computer network for the exchange of (restricted and open) research result... ...m this phase which ended only a few years ago. It started with a complete computer anarchy manifested in ad hoc networks, local networks, networks of... ...ng our technology centre and staffing it with trained and competent eBook professionals. OverDrive Jamaica will be pioneering many of the advances f... ...nd then in color), tables, detailed maps and anatomical charts, and other graphics to their books. Battles fought between publishers-librarians over ... ...not be bought. We will adapt by doing the entire public domain, including graphics, music, movies, sculpture, paintings, photographs, etc. . . . Q.... ...orld where information, entertainment, and books are readily available to professionals, researchers, students, and readers everywhere. So, even thou... ...etter geared to tackle the information needs of adults and, even more so, professionals. Its 100,000 articles are long and deep, supported by impres... ...he Web. Dell Computer has agreed with the FTC to refrain from enforcing a graphics patent having failed to disclose it to the standards committee in ...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...n particular. I was also inspired and informed by colleagues and students in computer science, English, history, and political science. But the work I... ...a colleague—helped in more ways than I can count. A number of scientists and computer scientists made me see things I other- wise would not have—Drew ... ...etwork of hob- byists, amateurs, universities, businesses, volunteer groups, professionals, and retired experts and who knows what else. It is a netwo... ...nt filmmaker has put up on his home page. Perhaps you want to adapt the nifty graphics that a high school teacher in Hawaii created Chapter 1 14 -1 ___... ...le of thought. Today, though, I am viewing his letter over the Internet on a computer screen. (You can too. The details are at the back of the book.) ... ...t a search engine that catalogued and displayed in framed format the digital graphics found on the Internet would be sued for infringing the copyright... ...at amateurs can do for pennies rather than an expensive activity reserved to professionals. The point is that whatever rules we apply to deal with “Ge...

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