From the monthly archives:

September 2004

Virtual Bill of Rights

September 30, 2004

David Isenberg waxes eloquent about internet regulation this morning as he recaps his presentation at Susan Crawford’s Bellhead/Nethead Conference. It’s about our rights, our human rights of self expression. It’s about freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assemble, and the whole nine yards.

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Writing Contest

September 30, 2004

Question
I am not Ray Sweatman. I am not Mike Golby. I am not Jeneane Sessum. I am not Shelley Powers. I am not Madame Levy. I am not Monsieur Partington. I am not Chris Locke. I am not A. Roceal James. I am not Dervala Hanley. I am neither b!X, nor Brian, nor Betsy.

Steve Himmer? Jonathon Delacour? Dave Barry? Joseph Duemer? Steve MacLaughlin? Not me. None of those folks.

Heibel? Matrullo? Golub? S.T. Wonderchicken? Not.

What possessed me? What caused me to enter a 24 hour short story writing contest?

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