The Federalist Society set up a podcast of David Post and me talking about David’s excellent In Search oF Jefferson’s Moose: Notes on the State of Cyberspace — check it out here. Here’s the blurb from that page:
In Search of Jefferson’s Moose: Notes on the State of Cyberspace explores the “new world” of cyberspace: what it is, how it works, and what laws it should have. Author David Post compares Thomas Jefferson’s thoughts on the New World in Notes on the State of Virginia to the internet, drawing out the similarities and differences between the two “new worlds,” and presents Jefferson’s ideal — small self-governing groups loosely joined together and forming groups of increasingly large size — as a model for self-government in cyberspace.
David Post, a Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, is joined by critical commenter Eugene Volokh, the Gary T. Schwartz Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law, to discuss the book.
Though I’m not really critical of the book, in the sense of having negative things to say about (I liked the book very much), David and I do find some things to argue about, or else where would the fun be?