It’s interesting to note (from Nic’s most recent post) what David Post is saying about the regulation of virtual worlds. Post’s writings were at the core of cyberlaw debates in the not-too-distant past, and thus it’s interesting to see his distinctive, complex and libertarian perspective (which I’ve always enjoyed, without quite accepting!) applied to the current flavour-of-the-second.
I was delighted to see this Financial Times article this weekend about the one and only Charlie Nesson (last discussed here) and his plans for poker and education (which he explained on his own blog here). Nesson is talking about this in Singapore (and no doubt elsewhere), thus getting the FT coverage. Game on.