The Cyber Scene in San Francisco
Bill McCloskey, Chairman, Rich Media SIG, writes in:
The launch last Thursday of the San Francisco branch of the Rich Media SIG was a resounding success. The highlight of the evening was a impromptu discussion on the pros, cons, and frustrations of Rich Media advertising which included thought provoking input from representatives of Enliven, Intel, Mpath, Ad Knowledge, Flycast, Unicast, Lot 21, Comet Systems, and others. I look forward to seeing you at the first Rich Media Certification Program panel on July 20th.
Josh Masur (firstname.lastname@example.org) and his wife Shelly and daughter have moved out to the lovely Palo Alto over Memorial Day weekend, after his graduation from Columbia Law. He is studying for the bar exam (end of July), then starting work in mid-August, at which point he'll be an associate in the litigation department of the Palo Alto office of a San Francisco-based law firm, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, hopefully with a Web focus. Shelly is going to be a project director of the San Mateo County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition. Julia (the baby) will be cute. Josh also just won the Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1999 Comment Competition. The journal will be publishing an article by Josh on electronic mail, encryption, and attorney-client privileged communications either late this year or early next. And another article is at the printers, on the Ticketmaster v. Microsoft Sidewalk hyperlink liability case; it'll be coming out in a few weeks in the Spring/Summer 1999 issue of the Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & The Arts. Wow! More news from Josh coming soon!