Glenn Harlan Reynolds: February 2002 Archives

Cracking the Shell

Stephen Hawking says that humanity won't survive the next thousand years unless we colonize space. I think that Hawking is an optimist. We've seen a certain amount of worry about smallpox, anthrax, and various other bioweapons since 9/11. At the... Read More

Little Things

I've spent a lot of time thinking about the Big Things that new technologies mean, and I promise that I'll get around to some columns on everything from immortality to mind uploading. But lately I've been noticing the little things... Read More

Changing the World, Below the Radar

Polish software engineers are making me very happy. I know, I know: This sounds like some sort of punchline. But it's not. My brother and I, along with another friend, have a small record label. It's not organized as... Read More

Rights and Wrongs

Larry Lessig opens his new book, The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World, with a strange-but-true story of moviemaking. Moviemakers, we learn, must now "clear" every image that appears in their films, obtaining... Read More

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