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Lawrence Lessig open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.lessig.org/

Lessig's "Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace" was published in 1999. The book quickly began to define a certain vocabulary for thinking about the regulation of cyberspace. More than any other social space, cyberspace would be controlled or not depending upon the architecture, or "code," of that space. And that meant regulators, and those seeking to protect cyberspace from at least some forms of regulation, needed to focus not just upon the work of legislators, but also the work of technologists.

Code v2 updates the original work. It is not, as Lessig writes in the preface, a "new work." Written in part collectively, through a Wiki hosted by JotSpot, the aim of the update was to recast the argument in the current context, and to clarify the argument where necessary.

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Free Culture open wikipedia on the title http://free-culture.cc/
Lawrence Lessig open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.lessig.org/

"There has never been a time in history when more of our 'culture' was as 'owned' as it is now. And yet there has never been a time when the concentration of power to control the uses of culture has been as unquestioningly accepted as it is now." -- Free Culture

"It's never too late to try a little common sense, Lessig says. It's only one of the things that makes him such an unusual law professor -- and such an important voice in the ongoing copyright wars." -- John Schwartz for AMERICAN LAWYER

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The Journals of Lewis and Clark open wikipedia on the title 
Meriwether Lewis open wikipedia on the author (1774 - 1809) 
In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase sparked interest in expansion to the west coast. The USA purchased 2,100,000 square km of largely unknown territory from France for 3 cents per acre. This huge swath of land stretching from New Orleans to Canada now about forms about 23% of the USA. President Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to study the Indian tribes, botany, geology, Western terrain and wildlife. The journal details their trek from the Missouri River to the northern Pacific coast and back.
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Main Street open wikipedia on the title 
Sinclair Lewis open wikipedia on the author (1885 - 1951) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1921.

Sinclair Lewis is the first American to receive a Nobel Price for literature. Main Street was initially awarded the 1921 Pulitzer Price, but the Board of Trustees overturned the jury decision and awarded the prize to Edith Wharton for Age of Innocence.

The novel is an indictment of the 'vacuous respectability' of small town America and an exploration of the conflict between those who strive for intensity and those who are content with a routine existence. Lewis's characters are skillfully drawn and he shows subtle and compelling insights into their psychology. In spite of it's critical stance the initial publication of the book was a political and and social event.

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Lady of the Decoration open wikipedia on the title 
Frances Little open wikipedia on the author (1863 - 1941) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1907.

A fictionalized diary of a missionary kindergarten teacher in Hiroshima, Japan. The story takes place against the backdrop of the Russo-Japanese war. For many Americans the book was a first introduction to Japanese culture.

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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (vol 1) open wikipedia on the title 
John Locke open wikipedia on the author (1632 - 1704) 
This essay is Locke's most famous work. It concerns that nature of human knowledge and understanding. It was one of the primary sources for empiricism, influenced many enlightenment philosophers like David Hume and Bishop Berkeley. The main thrust of the essay is that man does not have innate ideas or principals, that all are developed by experience. Volume one is devoted to disproving the theory of innate ideas. Volume two shows how ideas, principals, and morals are formed from experience.
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (vol 2) open wikipedia on the title 
John Locke open wikipedia on the author (1632 - 1704) 
This essay is Locke's most famous work. It concerns that nature of human knowledge and understanding. It was one of the primary sources for empiricism, influenced many enlightenment philosophers like David Hume and Bishop Berkeley. The main thrust of the essay is that man does not have innate ideas or principals, that all are developed by experience. Volume one is devoted to disproving the theory of innate ideas. Volume two shows how ideas, principals, and morals are formed from experience.
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