On Aaron Swartz and Trying to Save the World

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A thoughtful new profile of the troubled, brilliant, vulnerable Aaron Swartz in The New Yorker. And a transcript of “Aaron’s Laws," a "radically personal, deeply non-disinterested" lecture last month by Lawrence Lessig on Swartz' life and work, and how the law should change in response to his death.

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