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wThursday, August 29, 2002

When Is A Contract Not A Contract? Greplaw takes note.


Garafano's "Working" for the Stones" article "My Say" noted at Harvard

Once more, Stoned Out Loud has published a contributed article of interest to the Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Intenet and Society. Their discussion site GrepLaw yesterday accepted Delene Garafano's article My Say -"Working" for Mike Decaro and the Rolling Stones for inclusion in their news articles.

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society "is a research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development," according to their site's home page. Greplaw is their excellent discussion site for issues relating to "Geeks. Laws. Everything in Between.", and is a forum operated with slashcode. So if You go there and get that eerie feeling of deja vu, it's because You may have been to Slashdot.org before.

There are some excellent resources there. Recommended.



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