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Lessig Sep 8 · 14 min read If you’re coming here from the New York Times article published Saturday, please read this: On the careful reading of the New York…
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15 hours ago by rickschah
And here then would be the rub for me at least (because most universities don’t follow this rule): I think that universities should not be the launderers of reputation. I think that they should not accept blood money. Or more precisely, I believe that if they are going to accept blood money (type 4) or the money from people convicted of a crime (type 3), they should only ever accept that money anonymously. Anonymity — or as my colleague Chris Robertson would put it, blinding — is the least a university should do to avoid becoming the mechanism through which great wrong is forgiven. Were I king, I would ban non-anonymous gifts of type 3 or type 4.
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yesterday by philapple
It is the pathology of my profession that we allow emotion to be so effectively rationalized.
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3 days ago by laurenpressley
RT : Joi失脚に関する話、後から出てくる記事にも関わらずレッシグ教授のブログ参照してないのは意図的にスルーしているのか?レッシグの弁明は取るに足らない戯言か?
なぜ寄付金を匿名扱いにしたのかという点についての貴重な証言だよ?
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6 days ago by k3c
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger…
7 days ago by costeris
via Pocket - On Joi and MIT - Added September 08, 2019 at 02:20PM A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger and outrage among many, and among some of my friends.
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8 days ago by peteyreplies
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger and outrage among many, and among some of my friends. via Pocket
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8 days ago by archizoo
Lessig Sep 8 · 10 min read A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org ) expressing my…
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8 days ago by jrdodds
On Joi and MIT
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8 days ago by joechin
RT : Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by gaelicWizard
the levels of contortion in this post are worthy of pt barnum https://t.co/WCWW4ceOvK

— rat king (@MikeIsaac) September 8, 2019
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8 days ago by mathewi
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger and outrage among many, and among some of my friends.
8 days ago by AnthonyBaker
RT : Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by rtanglao
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by ash


Aside of the moral failings: Him arguing that problematic money (from people like Ep…
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8 days ago by tante
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger and outrage among many, and among some of my friends. via Pocket
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8 days ago by schmitz
i can’t believe what a train wreck this is. lessig has completely lost his way.
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8 days ago by migurski
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger and outrage among many, and among some of my friends. via Pocket
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8 days ago by ChristopherA
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by nickcope
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by girma
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by seesee
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by maciej
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by shakeel
Lawrence Lessig today, demonstrating an adage that has always been close to my heart: there is no IQ cap on stupid.
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8 days ago by briantrice
On Joi and MIT - Lessig - Medium
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8 days ago by Preoccupations
the levels of contortion in this post are worthy of pt barnum
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8 days ago by akalin
Wow, this is somehow more contorted and morally bankrupt than I thought it’d be. Lessig’s apology for Ito:
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8 days ago by mattgriffin
NO.

this has been a "hot take" by Vi Hart, you're welcome
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8 days ago by typhon
(1/7) I thank Lessig for his perspective & personal reflections but, probably unintentional…
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8 days ago by rocha
This post is mind blowingly awful???????
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8 days ago by ardeguire
Lessig Sep 8 · 10 min read A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org ) expressing my…
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8 days ago by mikerugnetta
Lessig Sep 8 · 10 min read A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org ) expressing my…
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9 days ago by dkiesow
Poor , he went from criticizing the use of dark money in politics to justify accepting blood money.
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9 days ago by andriak
A couple of weeks ago, I signed a petition (the site has since been taken down, but you can see it at archive.org) expressing my support for Joi Ito. Not unexpectedly, that signing produced anger…
9 days ago by geetarista
RT : Please read this Larry take on MIT, Epstein, and tainted money:
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9 days ago by brunoboutot
Very little in this world is as clean cut or black and white when thinking through complex reality. Lessig writes a gem, but nothing less is expected from him.
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9 days ago by vanderwal