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Brett Frischmann
Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business & Economics, Villanova University Infrastructure, Knowledge Commons, Re-Engineering Humanity, ...
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Brett Frischmann 8h
Replying to @slhintze @jreidenberg
yes,
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Brett Frischmann 16h
First bookstore signing
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
Replying to @jamesvasile
Hmmm. Not yet
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
I honestly can’t recall. But it’s something I’m interested in.
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
Replying to @distributedcog
Interesting. A while back I was reading a bit on lucid dreaming. I was researching time dilation in dreams. Anyway, what are you reading? Just curious.
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
Interesting. Always someone’s tool. Can be a prosthetic. But not always, or at least, not always for the person one might think. Is the presentation online?
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
Not lost on me. Makes perfect sense,
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
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Doc Searls Feb 14
A Line in the Sand | Linux Journal
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
Replying to @postdiscipline
not sure / no comment ;-) My retweet and comment were focused less on that vision and more on the vision of repurposing / rescuing economics. That resonated with me because so much of my early work and still a significant part of my current scholarship uses economics
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Evan Selinger Feb 15
Glad reminded us of the "Selfish Ledger" vid. After the Verge first published it, the usual round of hot takes came out. Then, per new normal, in the blink-of-an-eye the collective attention went elsewhere. But it's the re-engineering blueprint! cc:
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Brett Frischmann Feb 15
This resonates with me. Much of my earlier work tried to embrace, use, and push economics beyond the primitive, simplistic perversions
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Evan Selinger Feb 15
Going to keep making this point. It's central to & my position. "Facial recognition is expected to become a $9.6bn market." The issue, then, isn't just about abuses of tech. It's about *normalization*. Market forces shape policy by shaping expectations of privacy.
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Project Drawdown Feb 15
A new report from finds that reducing is good business. 114 restaurants in 12 countries saved an average of $7 for each $1 invested in reducing kitchen food waste, a Drawdown solution to stop . Read & download:
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Earl E. Appleby, Jr. Feb 14
HT⬇️ Firms will increasingly in the position to create suckers, rather than wait for one to be born. —
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Brett Frischmann Feb 14
of course
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Brett Frischmann Feb 14
Excellent! Worth reading, digesting, talking about, acting on ... Emphasis on infrastructure highlights critical area of win-win-win opportunities w/ significant positive spillovers
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Bernard Chao Feb 12
Preparing to teach COPPA. Here is Disney’s disclosure of 3rd parties that collect info on their platforms. Not very helpful to me? or anyone?
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Brett Frischmann Feb 12
Highlight of my year at Cornell was bi-weekly lunches with Fred. I miss him too!
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Dorothea Baur Feb 12
Great quote from John Searle on the history of references for modeling - from catapult, to mill, phone switchboard to digital computer, p.47 in Re-engineering Humanity, ⁦⁩ ⁦
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