Random Literary Fragments
Random written fragments from the collected flotsam of my life.
Other things I've written:
Things people have written about me:
Tests Limits of Free Speech Online. PC World. November 5, 2003.
case raises tough questions for universities. IDG News Service.
November 5, 2003.
Point, on NPR station WBUR in Boston. November 4, 2003.
snared in dispute over voting machines. Boston Globe. Front page
of business section. October 30, 2003.
the Blue Pill, Wake Up in Bed; Take the Red Pill, Stay in 2003
Hunt. Story from the MIT's campus paper, The Tech, on the
2003 Mystery Hunt, which as a member of team ACME I helped run and write.
Acquits Elcomsoft in eBook Copyright Case. December 17, 2002.
(This doesn't mention me, but gives resolution in case the below
articles leave you hanging in suspense.)
programmer Sklyarov pleads not guilty. InfoWorld. August 30, 2001.
Programmer Freed on Bail. PC World. August 6, 2001.
granted bail; protests continue. ITWorld. August 5, 2001.
mounts to free Russian programmer. ITWorld. July 29, 2001.
Prompts Adobe to Drop Charges. PC World. July 23, 2001.
call for release of Russian programmer. ITWorld. July 22, 2001.
slashdot, regarding the IPO article. July 30, 1999.
- In MIT's campus paper,
(IPO) August 5, 1999.
- In the
- Interview on Public Radio International's
- I gave an interview for this
article in the L.A. Times, but the journalist didn't quote me.
- This is the best rebuttal
I've read of my IPO article. Understandably, I don't agree and I think
the author's missing most of the point; but that doesn't mean it's not
well-written, clear, and concise.
posting on my DVD article. Feb 9, 2000.
- Damien Cave's Salon follow-up
on the "decoy" DeCSS. Feb 22, 2000.
- Apparently I am quoted (in French!) in
"Le logiciel libertaire piégé par la Bourse Apprentissage
difficile...", Libération, 1999-08-23.
I discovered this via the citation in
pingouins se déchaînent.