June 14, 2005 · Lessig
Michael Geist is a professor at University of Ottowa. He’s certainly one the most prolific and effective advocates for all things good. Among the million things he does is write a weekly column for the Toronto Star. That writing, along with his other work, has angered those with whom he disagrees.
Of course, I know well what it’s like to be, let’s say, not liked. But I’ve been astonished by the means deployed by our friends in the North for dealing with people they don’t like. So too have I been amazed at the rhetoric. Check out Michael’s post, Groundhog Day to get a flavor. I guess this is as good a measure as any of effectiveness. Bravo, Michael.