In noting that November 2005 is the 15th anniversary of the very first web page, James Boyle in his Financial Times article, Web’s never-to-be-repeated revolution says, “… there are three things that we need to understand about the web. First, it is more amazing than we think. Second, the conjunction of technologies that made the web successful was extremely unlikely. Third, we probably would not create it, or any technology like it, today. In fact, we would be more likely to cripple it, or declare it illegal.” Mr. Boyle is professor of law at Duke Law School, a co-founder of the Centre for the Study of the Public Domain and a board member of Creative Commons.