Free Culture Goodies (and Extra-Added Bonus Link)!


Posted: January 25th, 2008 | Author: | Filed under: Research, Self-Promotion | No Comments »


This humble blog’s New York readers will be well served by attending the upcoming Free Culture event, a free (as in beer) screening of the film:

Freedom of Expression®: Resistance and Repression in the Age of Intellectual Property.

“What the heck is this gol-danged Creative Commons doohickey I keep a-hearin’ about?” you may be asking yourself of late. Calm down. Maybe this will help explain it:
An Illustrated (and Narrated) Primer

Finally, fans of political oratory (and aren’t we all, really?) may have missed this report on CBS Sunday Morning, the old-timey television show hosted by bow-tie sporting Charles Osgood:

The Power Of Oratory: A Great Speech Requires Eloquence, A Moment Of Consequence, And Ideas Of Importance

(Apologies to those expecting the video above to be embedded–WordPress isn’t accepting the embed code for some reason. –ed)


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