This is a summary of a project I discussed at the 2011 Students for Free Culture Unconference. I’d like
The following is a guest post from Nick Shockey of SPARC.
Last Wednesday, the White House Office of Science and
Whether it be improving one’s own health, finding more efficient fuels or better understanding far-flung parts of the world, access
As you undoubtedly know, college campuses are, in many ways, ground zero for the battles being waged for the future
As many of you know, following the Free Culture 2008 Conference, Students for Free Culture began the Open University Campaign - an initiative to increase collaboration, sharing, and openness at the level of higher education. With the academic year about to begin, we want to invite all interested parties to assist the with project; after all, we wouldn't be very genuine if we didn't do this in an open manner ourselves!
The free culture movement is about lifting barriers to expressing the full range of human potential. Free culture is a radical approach to empowering those lacking representation and power through media and technology.
Because the original plans to create a Free Culture Foundation, announced on this blog in April 2013, were never realized,
A handful of myths have become common defenses of the W3C’s plan for “Encrypted Media Extensions” (EME), a Digital Restrictions
We are excited to announce the Free Culture Foundation — the new organization taking the place of Students for Free