Killer essays on the net: Harvard’s Publius Project

From the Publius Project:

Through this series of essays, we hope to generate a discussion among global stakeholders and netizens regarding rule-making and governance on the net, and in the process, to envision the net of the future. We will cast fundamental questions that will intrigue both experts and laypeople, by asking who should (or shouldn’t) control cyberspace? Can it be governed? Who decides?

Among the first content are essays from favorites Dan Gillmor and Clay Shirky. (And it’s all CC licensed. Rock.)

Like I needed another feed in my 6w reading list. Thanks, Harvard.