Over the past several years, Creative Commons has increasingly recommended free culture licenses over non-free ones. Now that the drafting
On the White House blog Tom Kalil and Aneesh Chopra are drawing attention to the role that students have in
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!
IssueLab, which seeks to highlight the research that non-profits undertake, is hosting a remix contest. The challenge asks participants to
Tim Hwang has a way of clearly articulating the path forward for Free Culture. Tim, formerly of Harvard Free Culture
What follows is an extremely tardy wrap-up post—call it a post-mortem. Many folks wondered where to find resources, so read on to see what’s available online.
Last Friday, TechCrunch posted an article provocatively titled, Did Last.fm Just Hand Over User Listening Data To the RIAA?.
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For our upcoming conference in Berkeley, we’ve been
This morning, Tim Hwang of Harvard Free Culture posted a provocative critique and vision statement for the future of SFC.
Well, crap, guys. How did we let this one slip by?
HR 4137, the College Opportunity and Affordability Act just