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Free Culture Research Workshop 2009 CFP


The Free Culture Research Workshop 2009 is looking for scholars working on: Studies on the use and growth of open/free licensing models Critical analyses of the role of Creative Commons or similar models in promoting a Free Culture Building innovative technical, legal, organizational, or business solutions and interfaces between the sharing economy and the commercial…

Harvard panel (12/12/08) video now online

Open Culture

As many of you may remember, last December CC paired up with Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society to host a panel discussion entitled, “The Commons: Celebrating accomplishments, discerning futures.” Panelists included James Boyle, The Public Domain; Lawrence Lessig, Remix; Joi Ito, Free Souls; and Molly S. Van Houweling, Creative Commons’ first Executive Director.…

Harvard Panel Followup

Events, Open Culture

Good news! In case you missed our very special panel at Harvard Law School, we have plenty of media for you. First, there’s video of the entire panel up on YouTube and higher resolution versions are also available over at the Berkman Center. What makes this panel so interesting (and why you should take some…

Finals Club


Finals Club is a new website that aims to provide an online space for college students to blog about class lectures as well as converse in forums on a range of academic topics. Students can form groups, invite their friends to join, and assign tasks all with the goal of a more comprehensive learning experience…

Publius Project Explores the Rules of Cyberspace


Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society launched a new project last week: Publius. The Publius Project is a Web 2.0 version of the Federalist Papers, a collection of passionate essays written in support of the U.S. Constitution–mostly signed “Publius”.¬† The Publius Project “brings¬†together a distinguished collection of Internet observers, scholars, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists,…