As I learn all the fun and angles of building a website, I want to offer interim relief pending the launch of the actual Hearsay Culture website (wow, that was true legalese!) So, I am pleased to offer the first 15 shows of Hearsay Culture below, all in mp3 format and without the musical interludes. They are also still available on iTunes here. The rest of the shows will be posted soon.
Note: for the full one-hour show with music, you need to listen live on KZSU-FM on Wednesdays from 5-6 PM PST. Otherwise, the current state of copyright law prevents me from offering the music, so you'll find the interviews without the music below. Enjoy, and as always, I welcome feedback!
Show #1, May 3, 2006: I interview "Dave," a professional on-line poker player.
Show #2, May 17, 2006: I interview CIS Executive Director Jennifer Granick about defending hackers and other people changed with computer crimes and/or violations of the law.
Show #3, June 6, 2006: I interview CIS Fellow Colette Vogele about podcasting and some of its legal issues.
Show #4, June 13, 2006: I interview CIS Fellow Christoph Engemann about the advent of the national identification card.
Show #5, June 21, 2006: I interview USC Music Prof. Joanna Demers about her book "Steal This Music".
Show #6, June 28, 2006: I interview CIS Resident Fellow David Olson about the active world of patents.
Show #7, July 5, 2006: I interview Concord Coalition's Legislative Affairs Director Corey Davison about the Federal debt and deficit, as well as technology's impact on politics and policymaking in the United States.
Show #8, July 12, 2006: I interview eBay's Director of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) and CIS Fellow Colin Rule about dispute resolution at eBay and the broader world of ODR.
Show #9, August 16, 2006: I interview Stanford Law Professor Lawrence Lessig.
Show #10, August 23, 2006: I interview Carrie McLaren and Charles Star regarding Stay Free! Magazine and the Illegal Art Exhibit.
Show #11, August 30, 2006: I interview Prof. Tim Wu of Columbia Law School, co-author of "Who Controls The Internet?"
Show #12, September 13, 2006: I interview Chris Hoofnagle of the Samuelson Law Clinic at Boalt Hall on privacy. Note that this recording starts a few minutes into the show.
Show #13, September 20, 2006: I interview Lauren Gelman, Associate Director of CIS regarding privacy and the First Amendment.
Show #14, September 27, 2006: I interview Jack Lerner, Samuelson Clinic Fellow at U.C. Berkeley, on music sampling.
Show #15, October 4, 2006: I interview Asst. Prof. Chris Sprigman of the University of Virginia School of Law, on copyright in fashion design.
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Here's a revised schedule of upcoming shows:
November 8: Elissa Hecker, Esq., Immediate Past Chair of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law (EASL) Section of the New York State Bar Association on copyright and the music industry.
November 15: Visiting Associate Prof. Ann Finkbeiner of Johns Hopkins University, discussing her book "The Jasons: The Secret History of Science's Postwar Elite."
November 22: Erik Davis, author of the book "Techgnosis."
November 29: Assoc. Prof. Frank Pasquale of Seton Hall Law School on "Limiting Exclusion and Inclusion Harms in Search," an examination of web search engines and the impact of web search engine results.
December 6: Adjunct Prof. Henry Chesbrough of U.C. Berkeley Haas School of Business, discussing his book "Open Innovation."
December 13: Adjunct Prof. Paul Duguid of U.C. Berkeley's School of Information, discussing his book "The Social Life of Information."
December 20: Balasz Bodo, Fulbright Visiting Researcher at Stanford's Center for Internet and Society, discussing the sociocultural impacts of technology and online communities.