About this week’s episode: Those who choose entitlement pick the predictable, established route. Those who choose hustle see a new frontier and choose to blaze the trail so that others may join them on the journey ahead. Denise Howell shares her story of how she revolutionized a highly traditional profession, and how her strategic risk taking yielded big rewards.
About our guest: Denise is a technology lawyer (Boalt Hall ’90), specializing in all forms of online communication and interaction, including privacy and privacy compliance, social media law and policy, and copyright and licensing. She hosts This WEEK in LAW, a weekly panel discussion about technology law on Leo Laporte’s TWiT network (twit.tv), and has done so since 2006. She authored one of the first law-related weblogs (and coined the term “blawg” — sue me). She has been featured in The Huffington Post’s “Women in Tech You Need to Follow on Twitter” and “Google+ Users You Need to Follow,” received an Honorable Mention in the AlwaysOn/Technorati Open Media 100, have blogged for CBS Interactive and The Industry Standard, and has been a regular speaker, analyst, and commentator on tech law and policy issues since the early ’00’s.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Alexander Macgillivray @amac and his Internet Law List
- Kashmir Hill @kashhill
- Derek Khanna @DerekKhanna
- Neil Chatterjee @neelchatterjee
- Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) – www.eff.org
- Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) – www.epic.org
- Public Knowledge – www.publicknowledge.org