March 28, 2012
Follow the American Soc'y of Int'l Law Meeting Online Via ASILCables
A new project, ASIL Cables, will allow people to follow and comment on the annual meeting of the ASIL--the premiere international law meeting each year in the United States. The project is the brainchild of Tai-Heng Cheng, who is serving as its editor.
Follow it here.
Video of the conference will eventually become available through Fora.TV.
March 07, 2012
Using the Internet to Combat Corruption
Sunlight is the best disinfectant, Justice Brandeis told us. The Internet helps people expose things to the sun. The Indian website "I Paid a Bribe," allows people to report bribes they paid or refused to pay. It's a brilliant idea to crowdsource this information. A nice NY Times piece profiles the site.
March 01, 2012
IEEE Podcast on My New Paper: How Law Made Silicon Valley
You can preview my new paper here, in this podcast published by IEEE--the main society for electrical engineers.
Thanks to interviewer Steven Cherry and producer Barbara Finkelstein for readily grasping my argument, and doing a great job in the interview.