Finding Sunlight on the Web and Martin Luther King's Dream

By LISA NAPOLI
Published: January 13, 2005
New York Times

Let World Sunlight In
If you find yourself losing perspective on exactly how you fit in to this great big world, take a look at Aaron Hopkins's World Sunlight Map…

Coldplay's plagiarism pickle

By MELISSA RUGGIERI MUSIC CRITIC
Published: December 11, 2008
Richmond Times Dispatch
 
George Harrison is on it.  So is Michael Bolton.
And, as we're reminded in the current "Cadillac Records," Chuck Berry made sure The Beach Boys were also on the list.
Now add Coldplay to the lineup of artists who have been accused of musical plagiarism…
 

Computer Programming and the Law: A New Research Agenda

Paul Ohm
University of Colorado Law School
Villanova Law Review, Forthcoming
U of Colorado Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 09-08
 
Abstract:     
This essay proposes a new interdisciplinary research agenda called Computer Programming and the Law. By harnessing the power of computer programming, legal scholars can develop better tools, data, and insights for advancing their research interests. This essay presents the case for this new research agenda, highlights some examples of those who have begun to blaze the trail, and includes code samples to demonstrate the power and potential of developing software for legal scholarship…