Saturday, March 09, 2002
More Material. I've been reading Lisa Rein's weblog and am amazed by her knowledge of intellectual property law issues and related topics. When I first read about her in one of Mike's entries I assumed that she was an XML expert and a journalist. As it turns out, Ms. Rein closely follows intellectual property, civil liberties and related law, and her assessments are cogent and intelligent.
Mike sent me a copy of Laura Brown's Innovations Newsletter, in which she discusses the DMCA. The newsletter is well written and covers a wide range of topics. If you like the newsletter you may wish to subscribe and automatically receive it in your email when each issue is published. I took the time to explore her web site, and found a wealth of information. Mike cited Ms. Brown's Integration Models: Templates for Business Transformation as one of the top four books he read in 2001 (see the 4 January 2002 entry in Notes from the Field). Take my word, that's high praise. If you want to know more about the book see Mike's and Linda's Amazon reviews that were written in June 2001.