, law professor 2008 TED talk describes the history of copyright policy, illustrating the reasons why our laws in general and copyright laws in particular should evolve to reflect contemporary culture and information. Lawrence Lessig
Thoughtful and thought-provoking, this lecture contains information that can be used as conversation starters for parents and teachers of digital kids.
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KQED MediaShift posted a March 15, 2012 on e-books and self-publishing. On this page you can also sign up for a regular self-publishing e-newsletter from MediaShift. list of recently published articles
A Few More Self-publishing Resources From that I’ve Read Over the Past Few Months
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Tomorrow I’ll write a bit about QR Codes.
from the ComScore Data Mine site. Here’s the graph
is an article, Digital Parent Reading Assignment appearing in a July 22, 2010, column by Rumors, Cyberbullying and Anonymity, technology writer David Pogue New York Times . The article is his interview with , one of the directors of the Harvard Law Professor John Palfrey . In question and answer format, the interview ranges over some of the significant and critical technology issues that concern parents: rumors, cyberbullying, digital literacy (knowing what is credible), the opportunity to for anonymity, and the online social lives of pre-adolescents and teens. Professor Palfrey is a co-author of Berkman Center for Internet and Society ( Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives Amazon , Borders , Barnes and Noble , ). When he describes the way digital natives (our children) behave, Dr. Palfrey comments that he studies “… how young people use technology, how they relate to one another. And one of the big things is they’ve moved their social lives, by and large, online.” Powell’s