New Yorker and Lessig

So I'm reading a piece in the New Yorker by Malcolm Gladwell about a playwright sampling an earlier article of his, and then it goes into music sampling, and quotes liberally from Lawrence Lessig's new book, and due to the weird world I live in, Lessig happens to IM me at the exact moment I'm reading his quotes. That's a weird feeling when something like that happens to you. When I mention to him that a brand new New Yorker article mentions and quotes him and it's good, he says he hadn't heard about it, which is kind of funny since that's the basis of the entire article (though Gladwell properly attributes all quotes to Lessig, unlike the writer of Frozen).

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Uploaded on November 15, 2004