Monthly Archives: May 2009

Australia gets it right: going beyond just lawyers

From Australia’s Review of the National Innovation System, released last fall: [I]ntellectual property policy is being managed as a legal issue, whereas although this area like any other must operate through the legal system, intellectual property policy is most fundamentally … Continue reading

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You’re doing it wrong: pet peeves in Web authoring

I usually try to be fairly gentle in my blog posts. Well, this one’s a full-out rant. And it does name names, but only for purposes of demonstration, not public shaming. By dint of what I do, I spend a … Continue reading

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