Monthly Archives: March 2015

Complexity that serves the intermediaries

In a recent article in Vanity Fair, Michael Lewis discusses the premise behind Flash Boys. Lewis argues that the stock market had become “complicated beyond belief.” Flash Boys chronicles the efforts of a group of traders to figure out what … Continue reading

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The Cork in the Keg: Open Source Software Complies with Bayh-Dole But University Invention Practice Often Does Not

Over on Daniel S. Katz’s blog there’s a discussion of university policies and open source software. The issue of Bayh-Dole came up, and I provided a comment there. I’m reposting here, with links and a few typos and awkwardnesses fixed. The … Continue reading

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