This is from the first session on the second day of ILAW at Stanford, July 1, 2003.
My notes are located beneath the photographs.
Yochai Benkler was as amazing as ever (I've been a big fan since the Spectrum Conference -- note that there's no link there because I still haven't uploaded it...argh...)
Yochai On Architecture - Part 1 of 4 (Small - 62 MB)
Yochai On Architecture - Part 2 of 4 (Small - 62 MB)
Yochai On Architecture - Part 3 of 4 (Small - 50 MB)
Yochai On Architecture - Part 4 of 4 (Small - 16 MB)
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Lotsa notes on this one:
Day 2 - Tape 1
7:15 - slide of a communications channel
9:57 - one of the things at stake is democracy
What Terry Fisher explained yesterday as "political democracy"
12:00 QOS Dangers
14:10 - innovation
19:00 architecture for non-techs
28:10 - "Monopoly and a half"
31:25 - Thing that changed from the last 100 years
35:50 - Verizon's competitor division makes more money than the entire recording industry
39:35- FCC notice of inquiry
42:00 intra-modal "competition within the mode of transmission"
"Maybe competition between these modes is all we need?" - Yochai
44:30 - Do two pipelines a competitive market make?
50:00 - Where "the internet" fits into the cable and telecom
51:20 - where wireless fits in
53:50 - Personal Area Networks
Day 2 - Tape 2 (Yochai continued)
:47 - No owner of the network
-No license required
5:01 - old vs. new world
7:50 - "Mary had a little lamb" - example
Smart receivers and how they work.
10:50 - Processing gain
The use of intelligent receivers
12:20 - cooperation gain
14:30 - repeater networks
How they will work like cellphones.
15:10 - multi-user information theory
16:20 - Does adding users cost nothing because each user adds their own capacity to the network?
We don't know for sure, yet. But it's definitely possible. (paraphrase)
21:00 - "efficient" use of spectrum can't be defined
23:00 - duopoly
25:28 - Trusted systems
27:25 - could be open or closed
How one can control it all if they control one layer.
35:36 - Version putting wifi in its phone booths in NY