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Continue reading Mimi & Eunice say it for me
Read the whole thing, it’s one of those ideas that’ll stay with you. Excerpt:
There is now a pretty strong consensus that the cerebral cortex (which is, by no means, the entire brain, but it is likely that this is where culture is carried) is organized into small columns of neurons. In …
Continue reading Bill Benzon’s Busy Bee Brain
This was recorded about 2 months ago. Today Bloggingheads finally posted it – SURPRISE! Now everyone who didn’t figure it out before will know that the nice lady who made SSTB is also in the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement. Please, please watch the whole thing – you may be surprised.
Update: comments on this video …
Continue reading Me discussing VHEMT on Bloggingheads
Excerpts from my talk “Sita Sings the Blues: a Free Culture Success Story” at The Next H.O.P.E. (Hackers On Planet Earth) conference, July 16 2010 in New York City. Includes: why I insisted on authentic songs, what is and is not property, software is culture, the difference between Share Alike …
Continue reading Excerpts from my HOPE talk
Venerable author Cory Doctorow and I had this email correspondence this Summer, with the intention of sharing it to illuminate some issues confronting Free Culture and Creative Commons licenses. My thanks to Cory!
May 17, 2010
I’m writing to invite you to experiment with what I think is a brilliant innovation from QuestionCopyright.org: the Creator …
Continue reading Paley & Doctorow argue over Non-Commercial licenses