Complexity researchers continue their work at the Santa Fe Institute.
Author Dale Brown loves living in Incline Village.
Farm subsidies are big business.
Bill Gordon created the design for the Arecibo radiotelescope.
“I still think it’s a dream, sometimes, until I look at it,” he said. “But then, I think I know how dreams become reality. Through engineers.”
I remember that the Midwest was largely spared from the recession of the early 90’s. Not so this time.
David Warsh writes about John Nash.
“Possessing a framework is not the same as knowing how to use it. It took many years before game theory came to rival traditional price theory as a framework for rigorous economic analysis. It will take many more years before we know which camp has won. Meanwhile, it is always fun to argue about what we mean by a great economist.”
Financial Cryptography, Bermuda, 11-14 March 2002
What happened in cyberlaw during the past year that was significant and enduring — or at least interesting? That’s the question Cyber Law Journal put to several well-regarded law professors and legal practitioners.
Their answers ran the gamut from the government’s legal response to the Sept. 11 attacks to Hollywood’s impressive victory in the U.S.. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the DeCSS copyright case. As in years past, the common element in the experts’ responses seemed to be a sense that Internet law — and cyberspace itself — is still unfolding and that new battle lines are forming even as old conflicts are settled.