When published in 1999, Stanford Law School professor LawrenceLessig’s book, “Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace,” earned praise from a reviewer as “paradigm-shifting.”

When Lessig set out to update the book, he shifted the paradigm again, posting the entire manuscriptto a Web site where anyone could contribute edits. Eventually, he took the publicly edited text, added his own edits, and, in 2006, published the resulting work as Code v2. Soon, he will post the finished book online for readers to continue to revise.

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