Ideas for a Better Internet, 2011-2012 application

The application for the 2011-2012 fall/winter course, Ideas for a Better Internet, taught by Jonathan Zittrain and Elizabeth Stark, is now live at (applications due July 31).
Please see below for more information:
This joint Harvard/Stanford interdisciplinary seminar will continue a year-long arc of developing and building ideas for a better internet. During the fall, students will incorporate ideas identified by a public call for proposals from the previous spring, and work through the process of building out these ideas.  During the winter term students will finalize the projects that they have developed throughout the fall semester, engage in visits to companies and organizations, and prepare a working demo or proposal to be presented at a culminating event with leaders of Silicon Valley and beyond.  By the end of the course, students will have launched their solution-based projects to the world in conjunction with those proposing the ideas.

Students will be selected via an application process. The application form can be found here:

Applications are due on July 31, 2011 with admission on a rolling basis.

Professor Halley seeks RA

Professor Halley seeks an RA to cite check and bluebook an article on the history of family law in 20th century America.   The work will need to be done in the last two weeks of July; it will occupy probably 15 hours total.  You need not be in Cambridge as almost all the sources are available on line.  Pay at the normal HLS rate for RAs.  If you are interested, please send your CV and a statement of your relevant experience to Terry Cy,  tcyr at  Thank you.