Writing

13 Ways to look at the Wikipedia article and excerpt from my talk at UC Berkeley School of Information, November 2005. audio (40 MB)

Unpublished review of John Markoff’s “What the Dormouse Said: How the 60s Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry”

What’s wrong with politics and what should technology do about it?, audio of my Web 2.0 speech, posted December 2004, text of speech here

For Stem Cell Research, Against Proposition 71, November 2004

Power to the (Wired) People, San Francisco Chronicle Open Forum, October 17,2004

My bet with Ray Kurzweil: By 2029 no computer – or “machine intelligence” – will have passed the Turing Test.

Hgh-tech Hypocrisy About Government, op-ed in New York Times on Microsoft antitrust suit, May 26, 1998

The Self-governing Internet: Coordination by Design, in Coordination of the Internet, edited by Brian Kahin and James Keller, MIT Press, 1997

A Software Design Manifesto, in Bringing Design to Software, Addison Wesley, 1996.

Davis R, Samuelson P, Kapor M, Reichmann J, A new view of intellectual property and software, (pdf), Communications of the ACM, March 1996, pp. 21-30

The First Noble Truth of Cyberspace, Tricycle Magazine, c. 1995

Emotional Bandwidth, Tricycle Magazine, c. 1995

Mitchell Kapor on Dharma, Democracy, and the Information Superhighway, Interview in Tricycle Magazine, Summer 1994

Where is the Digital Highway Really Heading, Wired, July/Aug 1993.

S. Jerrold Kaplan, Mitchell Kapor, Edward J. Belove, Richard A. Landsman, Todd D. Drake. Agenda: A Personal Information Manager, (unofficial version here), originally in Communications of the ACM 33, No. 7, 105­116 (July 1990).