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10 Rules For Radicals By Carl Malamud
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10 rules for changing how institutions behave. This talk was given at the WWW2010 Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 30, 2010.
The Currents Of Our Time By Carl Malamud
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Address to the Government 2.0 Summit in Washington, D.C. (September 7, 2010). The home page for this address is http://public.resource.org/currents/
Twelve Tables of American Law By Carl Malamud
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Presented at the Future of Law Libraries Workshop at Harvard Law School.
Three Revolutions in American Law By Carl Malamud
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An essay respectfully submitted to the Honorable John Kroger, Attorney General of Oregon.
Twelve Tables of American Law By Carl Malamud
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Presented at the Future of Law Libraries Workshop at Harvard Law School.
10 Rules For Radicals By Carl Malamud
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10 rules for changing how institutions behave. This talk was given at the WWW2010 Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 30, 2010.
The Currents Of Our Time By Carl Malamud
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Address to the Government 2.0 Summit in Washington, D.C. (September 7, 2010). The home page for this address is http://public.resource.org/currents/
Three Revolutions in American Law By Carl Malamud
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An essay respectfully submitted to the Honorable John Kroger, Attorney General of Oregon.
The Right to Bear Knowledge By Carl Malamud
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Remarks presented at the Digital Public Library of America plenary sessions at the Internet Archive (San Francisco) and National Archives (Washington, D.C.). Please note this document available for... More > free on the Internet at https://public.resource.org/bears/< Less
On Crime and Access to Knowledge By Carl Malamud
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"Aaron's Army," a speech and "On Crime and Access to Knowledge, an essay, both in honor of Aaron Swartz. This page is hosted at https://public.resource.org/crime/