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Top Moments from #WIPIP2020

Earlier this month, the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law hosted from around the globe for WIPIP 2020. At the conference opening session, I outlined our three goals for WIPIP: Help authors improve their draft papers; Build the sense of community among IP scholars; and Have fun at game night! I hope we succeeded on all three counts! This post highlights some of WIPIP’s top moments: Tours of the Building and Campus The law school moved into Charney Hall in March 2018, so this conferen...
Tags: General, Law, St Louis, Santa Clara, Nyu, Steinberg, Ben Stein, Santa Clara University, Tyler Ochoa, Charney Hall, Clara Law, Jeanne Fromer, High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law, Gikii


Barr Just Cost the Justice Department Its Prized Public-Corruption Fighter

The impact of Attorney General William Barr’s intervention in the Roger Stone sentencing won’t just be felt in the cases concerning President Donald Trump’s allies, current and former Justice Department officials warn. It’s cost the Justice Department one of its top public-corruption prosecutors at a time when public corruption is looking like a growth industry. That attorney is Jonathan Kravis. Kravis is the deputy chief of the fraud and public corruption section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office f...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Senate, White House, Fbi, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ron Paul, Department Of Justice, St Louis, Msnbc, Donald Trump, Doj, Justice Department


This Week in Photography: Conversations on Conflict Photography

  I’m keeping it super-short today. (Like, for real.) If all goes well, as you read this, I’ll be on my way to Amsterdam to supervise printing of my first book. I’m a ball of nerves, if I’m being honest, but the upside is, I’ll have lots of new things to write about for you. Between the global panic over the corona virus outbreak, and the fact that I’m flying into a bomb cyclone hurricane, (Storm Dennis,) I think you’ll allow me a rare quickie. To balance the brevity, though, we’re going heavy. ...
Tags: Photography, Amsterdam, Time Magazine, Vietnam, Photography Books, Nyu, Walsh, Eddie Adams, Bloomsbury, Nina Berman, Lauren Walsh, Santiago Lyon, Shahidul Alam, Storm Dennis, Nina Berman Ben Lowy Susan Meiselas, MaryAnne Golon Top


CS Interview: Jean Reno on Harrowing WWII Drama Waiting for Anya

CS Interview: Jean Reno on harrowing WWII drama Waiting for Anya ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Jean Reno (The Da Vinci Code) on his role in the World War II-drama Waiting For Anya, based on the novel of the same name, and bringing the harrowing story to life and the timeliness of its themes. RELATED: CS Interview: Lynne Sachs on Personal Journey in Film About a Father Who Adapted from the novel by the author of War Horse, Waiting for Anya follows Jo Lalande (Noah Schnapp)...
Tags: Movies, France, Spain, Noah, Netflix, Anya, Reno, Nyu, Jean Reno, Lee, ComingSoon, Schnapp, Ben Cookson, Anjelica, Chadwick Boseman Black, Spike Lee Netflix


From Elon Musk to Tim Cook, here's where the world's most influential tech founders and CEOs went to college — and what they studied

College is where many figure out what they're actually interested in and determine the career they want to pursue. We researched the degrees and schools attended by well-known tech CEOs, many of whom launched their companies or landed on the idea for their first startup while studying at college. Here's where 52 CEOs and founders in the tech industry went to school, and what they studied. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For new college students, choosing a major can feel l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Elon Musk, Cook, Sweden, Maryland, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mba, Stanford, India, Satya Nadella, Trends


Surprise: There’s Been A Rembrandt In Allentown, Pa. For 59 Years

The 1632 Portrait of a Young Woman was attributed to Rembrandt van Rijn when it was given to the Allentown Art Museum in 1961, but during the 1970s the attribution was changed to a student from the master’s studio. But after the painting was sent to a high-tech NYU lab in 2018 for “routine conservation,” scholars reconsidered. – Smithsonian Magazine
Tags: Art, Rembrandt, Visual, Nyu, Allentown, Allentown Art Museum, Rijn, 02.11.20


How Pushkin Became a Cat.

Ilya Vinitsky reports for NYU’s Jordan Russian Center (Part I, Part II) on the backstory of a surprisingly popular American cat name: At the tail end of 1934, when Gorky and Co. were defending the honor of the USSR’s national poet from bourgeois vulgarity, with the result that the eponymous Moscow café was deprived of its name, the famous Hollywood singer and actress Lilian Harvey (1906-1968) ran a notice in Los Angeles newspapers. Her blue- and brown-eyed white Persian cat, who went by the name...
Tags: England, Hollywood, Russia, Uncategorized, America, Los Angeles, Arizona, David Bowie, Linguistics, Moscow, Philadelphia, Jordan, Ussr, Nyu, Gorky, Morley


EXCLUSIVE: Oscars designer Jason Sherwood spills his secrets

Jason Sherwood. Photo by Emilio Madrid-Kuser We’ve visited government buildings with less security than that of the Dolby Theatre, the Los Angeles mega-complex that plays home to the Academy Awards each year. In order to enter, we have to go through background checks with government IDs, get issued an Academy idea, scan it as we move from area to area, and always have an escort present when we do so. What we do for an interview! Amid all the furor backstage of the Dolby, surrounded by lights,...
Tags: Feature, New York, Hollywood, Entertainment, Abc, Lifestyle, America, Los Angeles, Fox, Wembley Stadium, Sam Smith, Broadway, Spice Girls, Dublin, Harrison Ford, Renée Zellweger


10 Great Filmmakers Who Never Won the Academy Award for Best Director

The 92nd Academy Awards are almost upon us, and if there’s one certainty going into Oscar night, it’s that some worthy talent in some category will be overlooked in favor of a lesser talent. No nominee or winner is undeserving of recognition, but snubs are also an essential part of Oscar history and directors are not immune to them. In fact, some of the greatest directors of all time have gone their whole career without receiving a proper Best Director Oscar. Film is fundamentally a collaborati...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Africa, Time, Orson-Welles, Awards, America, Features, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo Del Toro, Oscar, Stanley-Kubrick, Paul-Thomas-Anderson, Oscars, Sam Mendes


Google and Facebook turn their backs on undersea cable to China

Google and Facebook seem to have resigned themselves to losing part of the longest and highest profile internet cable they have invested in to date. In a filing with the Federal Communications Commission last week, the two companies requested permission to activate the Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) between the US and the Philippines and Taiwan, leaving its controversial Hong Kong and Chinese sections dormant. Globally, around 380 submarine cables carry over 99.5 percent of all transocean...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, Spacex, Fcc, Internet, Washington, Government, Senate, China, US, America, Los Angeles, Tech, Taiwan


An Airbnb cofounder explained the strategy behind its success in China, a market where most US companies have failed

American tech companies have historically struggled in China, but Airbnb has had success there. Airbnb hoped Chinese travelers' experiences as guests would lead them to become hosts, Blecharczyk said in a talk hosted by NYU on Tuesday. The strategy seems to be working: Blecharczyk said two-thirds of stays by Chinese travelers are now within the country, while Airbnb's listings there . Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  American tech companies have historically strug...
Tags: China, US, Trends, Beijing, Airbnb, Nyu, Nathan Blecharczyk, Blecharczyk, Blecharczyk Airbnb, New York University Stern School of Business


NYU scientists sequence the genome of basmati rice

Using an innovative genome sequencing technology, researchers assembled the complete genetic blueprint of two basmati rice varieties, including one that is drought-tolerant and resistant to bacterial disease. The findings, published in Genome Biology, also show that basmati rice is a hybrid of two other rice groups.
Tags: Science, Nyu, Genome Biology


Stop. Stop the presses.

At the end of an exceptional first week for our new program in News Innovation and Leadership at the Newmark J-school, the students — five managing editors, a VP, a CEO, and many directors among them — said they learned much from teachers and speakers, yes, but the greatest value likely came from each other, from the candid lessons they all shared. When I first proposed this program about four years ago, I suggested it should offer a smorgasbord of courses to be taken at will. Then ...
Tags: Publishing, New York, News, Uncategorized, Journalism, Newspapers, Philadelphia, Temple, Product, Nyu, Mizzou, Gutenberg, Linotype, CUNY, Social Journalism, Hal Straus


Study Business in the Ivy League – Expert Advice

So, you want to study business in the Ivy League? If you want to major in business at an Ivy League university, you may need to broaden your horizons. First, a bit of history The Ivy League universities are among the oldest in the country. Five of the eight are among the 10 oldest universities in the country: Harvard – 1636Yale – 1702Penn – 1740Princeton – 1746Columbia – 1754 Brown and Dartmouth were founded a little bit later (in 1746 and 1769, respectively). Cornell is...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Washington Post, College, Mba, Stanford, Uncategorized, America, Harvard, United States, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia University, Ivy League, University of Pennsylvania, John Adams


One Dose of Psilocybin May Offer Longterm Relief From Anxiety and Depression

Some five years after initial reports from their study, scientists at NYU Langone Health have found that one dose of psilocybin—which is found in magic mushrooms—can provide cancer patients with long-lasting relief from anxiety and depression. In 2016, 29 patients took part in the study (which also involved nine psychotherapy sessions), with many reporting after six months to have a more positive and less fearful …
Tags: Health, Wellness, Science, Design, Medicine, Drugs, Research, Culture, Mushrooms, Linkaboutit, Nyu, NYU Langone, Psilocybin, Magic Mushrooms, NYU Langone Health


Stay Quiet and Get to Work: Why You Shouldn’t Share Your Goals

“I’m going to lose 50 pounds!” “I’m going to write a novel!” “I’m going to pay down my debt!” “I’m going to start a podcast!” “I’m going to launch my own business!” You’ve probably seen these sorts of posts on social media from friends and family members.  Maybe you’ve made them too.  People often share their goals out of sheer excitement, feeling that telling the world will only fan the flames of their motivation.  So too, folks make public declarations of their goals in the h...
Tags: Facebook, Abc, Life, Personal Development, Nyu, Gollwitzer, Atta, A Man's Life, Kick, Barry Nalebuff, Peter Gollwitzer


NYU study provides better understanding of youth vaping patterns

While youth vaping rates have increased in recent years, most middle and high school students don't vape or smoke and very few vape or smoke daily, finds a study led by researchers at NYU School of Global Public Health.
Tags: Health, Nyu


Sundance 2020: NEON & Hulu Near Palm Springs Deal, Amazon Acquires Uncle Frank

Sundance 2020: NEON & Hulu near Palm Springs deal, Amazon acquires Uncle Frank The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is underway and sales are already being made for some of the buzziest titles premiering at the event. Deadline is reporting that Amazon has acquired Oscar winner Alan Ball’s (American Beauty) drama Uncle Frank in a $12 million deal, while NEON and Hulu are reportedly in advance talks to close a collaborative world rights deal for Max Barbakow’s (The Duke) Palm Springs. According to D...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Hulu, Sundance film festival, Deadline, South, Palm Springs, Nyu, Frank, Alan Ball, Peter Gallagher, Chris Parker, Movie News, Max Barbakow, Lillis, Uncle Frank


Bowen Yang opens up about undergoing conversion therapy as a teen

Bowen Yang (Photo: Alex Schaefer/NBC) In a profile in the New York Times, SNL’s Bowen Yang, 29, has opened up about his parents’ intial reaction to him being gay. His mom and dad found out about his sexuality when they read an AIM conversation between him and another guy. He was 17 at the time. Unfortunately, they did not react well, with his father paying for him to undergo so-called “conversion therapy.” AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); “They ju...
Tags: Utah, Australia, Life, China, US, Lifestyle, Canada, New York Times, Snl, Puerto Rico, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Nyu, Yang, Conversion Therapy, Alex Schaefer


How to rise the ranks at Point72; a leaked pitch deck reveals WarnerMedia's aggressive HBO Max strategy; Apple and Amazon could dismantle healthcare as we know it

    Finance editor Meredith Mazzilli here, taking the final turn as guest host while executive editor Matt Turner wraps up parental leave.  I'll get the shameless promotion for my own newsletter out of the way first — you can sign up here for Wall Street Insider to get a behind-the-scenes look at the finance team's biggest scoops and deep dives.  The world's most powerful leaders and execs (not to mention a sizable Business Insider contingent) flocked to Davos this week. Here are some interestin...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, New York, Medical, America, Trends, Tesla, Walmart, Davos, Bill Gates, WeWork, Fifth Avenue, Blackstone, Milwaukee Bucks, Joe


The life and career rise of Instagram head Adam Mosseri, the Facebook exec behind 'like' counts disappearing

Adam Mosseri has now been the head of Instagram for over a year, since the photo-sharing app's cofounders abruptly left their jobs at Facebook. Mosseri, 36, has pushed changes on Instagram meant to curb bullying and improve users' mental health. His most notable measure has been testing the removal of public likes from the platform, which could roll out to everyone in 2020. Here's everything you need to know about the head of Instagram: an employee at Facebook for more than a decade, a "close ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, New York Times, Jesus, West Coast, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger, Cto, Zuckerberg, New York University, Nyu, Nico


Pinterest just surpassed Snapchat in popularity. Here's how its unassuming CEO built the social media powerhouse by avoiding big speeches and personally meeting its first users.

Ben Silbermann is the cofounder and CEO of Pinterest, which, according to a new eMarketer report, passed Snapchat in users in 2019 and has a comfortable lead. Its stock soared on the news. In fall of 2018, Silbermann appeared on Business Insider's podcast "This Is Success" to explain how he built the company and came into his own as a leader. Silbermann built a community around his company by hiring people based on their passions, and by personally meeting Pinterest's earliest users. Silberman...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, New York, Ge, Pinterest, Instagram, Nbc, Mississippi, US, Trends, Snapchat, Pennsylvania, Aol, New York Times, Iowa


Amazon Announces Its ‘Lord of the Rings’ Cast Members, Which Are Mostly New Faces

Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy world have been waiting for months for an official announcement from Amazon Studios about its The Lord of the Rings cast members for the upcoming streaming series. Today, that wait came to an end. Amazon took to social media to reveal fifteen cast members for the show, and you can get a breakdown of each of them below. The Lord of the Rings Cast Members Robert Aramayo, Owain Arthur, Nazanin Boniadi, Tom Budge, Morfydd Clark, Ismael Cruz Córdova, Ema Horvath,...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, UK, London, Television, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Lionsgate, Casting, La, Natalie Dormer, Berlin, Fantasy, Disney, Iran, Bbc


Dan Lippel: Guitarist, champion of new music, co-founder and director of New Focus Recordings and solo artist on a brand-new double album

Dan Lippel – like so many in the creative world – wears many hats. Lippel is a classical guitarist who specializes in new music, he founded and runs a successful and prolific record label (as one of team of three), and writes music, though he is reluctant to call himself a composer.  He excels in each of these endeavors, and manages to make most of it look effortless in the process. Lippel’s most recent solo album, Mirrored Spaces (released November 2019), is a two-CD set on New Focus Record...
Tags: New York, Religion, David, Ice, Ohio, Cleveland, Salzburg, Guitar, Classical, Nyu, New Music, Peter, Wes Montgomery, Kyle, Bach, Schubert


Installing Air Filters in Classrooms Has Surprisingly Large Educational Benefits

An emergency situation that turned out to be mostly a false alarm led a lot of schools in Los Angeles to install air filters, and something strange happened: Test scores went up. By a lot. And the gains were sustained in the subsequent year rather than fading away. From a report: That's what NYU's Michael Gilraine finds in a new working paper titled "Air Filters, Pollution, and Student Achievement" that looks at the surprising consequences of the Aliso Canyon gas leak in 2015. The impact of the ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Tech, Nyu, Aliso Canyon, Michael Gilraine, Gilraine


Notable reform perspectives via Brennan Center

Over at the Brennan Center for Justice are these two notable new criminal justice reform pieces: By Ames Grawert, "How to Fix the Federal Criminal Justice System (in Part): Different problems require different solutions" By Ruth Sangree and Rachel Barkow, "Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration: NYU law professor and author Rachel Barkow offers solutions for tackling America’s criminal justice crisis" [Author: Douglas A. Berman]
Tags: Law, America, Nyu, Brennan Center for Justice, Brennan Center, Douglas A Berman, Rachel Barkow, Ruth Sangree


Todd Phillips on What ‘Joker’ Has in Common With His Other Films

For almost 20 years, Todd Phillips has been one of Hollywood’s most successful enfants terribles. From “Road Trip” to “Old School” through all three “Hangover” movies, few directors have more comprehensively catalogued sophomoric self destruction than the Brooklyn-born NYU dropout-turned-hitmaker. But when the time came to take a closer look at what might be underneath […]
Tags: Hollywood, Spotlight, Brooklyn, Nyu, Joker, Todd Phillips


A Look At Trump's Impact On The Circuit Courts

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Melissa Murray, NYU law professor and host of the podcast Strict Scrutiny, about the huge number of lower court judges appointed by the Trump administration.
Tags: News, Npr, Nyu, Trump, Mary Louise Kelly, Circuit Courts, Melissa Murray


My Best Writing of 2019

I shared a lot of ideas this year. I published a Wall Street Journal bestselling book. I recorded 100+ podcast episodes. I also wrote 116 new articles to this blog. Here are some of my most popular essays from last year: The Complete Guides I worked on three in-depth, research-based guides with Jakub Jilek, who is doing his PhD in cognitive science. These were some of the most popular essays this year, at over 10,000 words each, they’re more like small books than blog articles: The Complete G...
Tags: General, Tetris, Lifehacks, Nyu, Joseph LeDoux, Jakub Jilek


An NYU doctor is suing Apple alleging it stole a life-saving Apple Watch feature he says he invented (AAPL)

An NYU cardiologist has filed a lawsuit against Apple over an Apple Watch feature that detects heartbeat irregularities, arguing that the company stole his patented design. The feature is potentially life-saving — several people said they visited heart doctors in time to receive treatment after their Apple Watch detected an irregular heartbeat and alerted them. The doctor claims that he first told Apple about the patent in 2017, but that the company "refused to negotiate in good faith." Apple ...
Tags: Apple, Texas, Trends, Bloomberg, Apple Watch, Aapl, Nyu, Wiesel, Aaron Holmes, Joseph Wiesel