An early draft of "Eumaeus," possibly the most boring chapter of Ulysses, is expected to fetch well above $1 million at auction. Actually, by this point it presumably has already done so, but I couldn't find a follow-up article. To be a capital-A Author: theoretically, all of us could one day sell our private papers, which in my case would mostly consist of dinosaurs I drew during workshop to annoy Marlowe, to state universities for outrageous sums.
For the second day in a row, British schools look to the future. This time it's a program to bring intellectual property law into the classroom, so the kids will understand why Napster is bad. Sure. As the article points out, look how well D.A.R.E. worked in Americaand I know you're reading this, Exhibits A, B, and C.