Here’s Donna Wentworth on Friday, July 4, 2003, telling us what she thought of the conference.
Of course, Donna was sort of a special attendee — she took incredible notes and posted for them in near-real time all week long.
Her favorite session (when forced to choose) was the Future of Entertainment: Music panel with the EFF’s Fred von Lohmann.
Donna Wentworth On ILAW 2003
Here’s an interview with Reshmi Sarkar of IT for Change about the conference and what she learned there.
Reshmi Sarkar At ILAW 2003 (Small – 7 MB)
Larry explains this session best in his own words:
“Okay, so. We’ve talked a little bit this morning about the technology affecting content distribution.
Terry gave you, as is typical with Terry, an extrordinary breadth of knowledge about the law affecting content distribution. And what I want to do today in this afternoon’s session is to draw together something about that technology and the story about law and the story about the market to give you some idea of what transformation has occured here. A picture of a change that is hard to see unless you synthesize these three different perspectives of “technology,” “law” and “the market.”
After Larry talks for awhile, he gives the stage back to Terry to elaborate for a bit on a new possible system for paying artists for file sharing distribution of their works.
Larry/Terry On Technology, Law and The Market – Part 1 of 5 (Small – 53 MB)
Larry/Terry On Technology, Law and The Market – Part 2 of 5 (Small – 36 MB)
Larry/Terry On Technology, Law and The Market – Part 3 of 5 (Small – 35 MB)
Larry/Terry On Technology, Law and The Market – Part 4 of 5 (Small – 29 MB)
Larry/Terry On Technology, Law and The Market – Part 5 of 5 (Small – 33 MB)
Here are “small” and Hi-res versions of Zack Rosen explaining the Americans For Dean website. This is taken from the blogging panel that took place on Monday, June 30, 2003 in Stanford, CA.
Zack Rosen At ILaw (Small – 12 MB)
Zack Rosen At ILaw (Hi-res – 167 MB)
This is a placeholder for the brief panel with former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt and Leslie L. Vadasz, Director Emeritus, Intel Corporation that took place during the first part of Tuesday afternoon at ILAW 2003.
I had only recorded a portion of their presentations and the Q and A afterwards, because I hadn’t brought enough tape for the entire day and I didn’t want to miss the governance tag team with Jonathan Zittrain and Terry Fisher that was scheduled afterwards.
As it turns out, Reed Hundt asked that I not publish his presentation (which was quite a surprise considering that it didn’t seem like he had said anything that could be construed as even remotely controversial).
So this entry is just a placeholder for what would have gone here.
Note: Except for Jonathan Zittrain’s introductory presentation (Day 1-AM 1) and this presentation (Day 2 – PM 1), my ILAW 2003 video archive will contain the conference in its entirety.