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Lawyer Denise Howell, who blogs at Bag & Baggage, has been sitting in as arguments were presented last week in the California Supreme Court on the DVDCCS DeCCS case, a key case in the area of web publication, physical jurisdiction and internet law. She calls her entries Pavlovich v. Superior Court (or: why you may have to learn to love the California court system if you're posting on the Web), and here's part I, part II, and part III. The third bit has the full argument.
7:52:46 PM # your two cents 
Blogging: an economist's view: "To analyze blogging's recent rise and current weaknesses we need to explore why everyone doesn't go the way of bloggers and work for themselves." This is a very interesting piece weighing up the current economic state and likely future of the 'blogosphere' and its writers. I'd be generally of the writer's opinion -- that we are in a golden age of independent blogging, soon to be co-opted by a future in which good bloggers will be part of large media organisations, not solo voices. I think (although this is not explicit to the article) that he thus pinpoints why the supposed battle between blogging & mainstream journalism is overhyped. [from Tech Central Station]
3:22:06 PM # your two cents 
It's amazing how many people really want to believe that open wireless is/will be a scourge on the Internet, an enabler for terrorists and child pornographers and spammers -- yet these same people utter nary a peep about the idea of libraries, Internet cafes, and kiosks in airports and conference centers that offer anonymous wireless access. [Boing Boing Blog]>>
Also, see Danny's blog Oblomovka for more detail.
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