This fascinating presentation by Mike Linksvayer, the Vice President of CreativeCommons.org, looks at the history and evolution of free or open source concepts and intellectual property in our modern intellectual climate. Specifically he examines how the intellectual climate differs in quality and implementation between sharing of cultural content and sharing of software. Please take a look at this and consider the implications for your own work and that in your field.
Linksvayer, Mike. Free Software/Free Culture Collaboration. LinuxWorld August 5, 2008.
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