February 20, 2003
[Updated: 2-21-03, 1:47 AM]
I’ve been reflecting on how I hope I can actually study this stuff for a living some day, because maybe then I could attend conferences like this. It looks really frickin’ cool, but, sadly, I will be stranded here in soggy, snowy New England.
But maybe you won’t be – maybe you, whoever you are out there, are going to the conference. If you are and would be so kind as to blog the conference or at least take some notes, I would be incredibly grateful. I would love to hear about how it turns out.
Also, the conference website has a great list of papers/articles/other resources here. Looks like some cool papers will be presented at the conference, including one by Raymond Ku entitled “Consumer Copying and Creative Destruction: A Critique of Fair Use as Market Failure.”
Later: Mary Hodder at bIPlog is two for two today. First, the DRM Summit notes in HTML, and now she tells me she’s blogging the conference. Plus, she said that more papers will be going up on the resources page. Stay tuned.