Mac users of the Law & Economics Movement Unite

Even though his Torts casebook is not the most fun book ever, Prof. Richard Epstein picks up some points for being a Mac user. He discusses the software industry and patents in this FT column:

As I have often stressed in this column, I claim no technical expertise in the software that operates under the hood of my computer. But for these purposes ignorance is a kind of bliss, for it is quite evident as I sit working away on my OS X by Apple that it represents a major advance in convenience, versatility and power that could not have taken place if strong intellectual property rights had Balkanised the intellectual universe.