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The Future of Ideas (e-book)

Lawrence Lessig - The Future Of Ideas

Found this free e-book not long ago and I think it’s an incredibly eye opening read for those who use the internet as a creation and consumption tool of intellectual property (AKA all of us).

In it, Lawrence Lessig talks extensively about how the internet has moved from it’s creation as an even grounded network, open to any kind of innovation, towards a one sided power driven network where the end user has little option but to be a passive consumer.

Lawrence Lessig – The Future of Ideas

Also, here’s his How Creativity is Being Strangled by the Law talk from TED Conference

Lawrence Lessig (born June 3, 1961) is an American academic. He is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and founder of its Center for Internet and Society. Lessig founded Creative Commons and is a board member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and of the Software Freedom Law Center. He is best known as a proponent of reduced legal restrictions on copyright, trademark and radio frequency spectrum, particularly in technology applications.

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It’s Alive!

Welcome to my new home in this series of pipes called the internet. Hope I’m not clogging them and preventing some important piece of intel information from going through.

The player to the right contains all 4 tracks from “Monosylabik”, my current EP. You can listen by pressing the huge play button, which will also reveal a download link for each. Feel free to grab those you like, or go for the whole enchilada and get the whole EP along with it’s Artwork from the Music page.

On the right hand bar you’ll find a small form to join my Mailing List (please do so), links to my pages in other sites and networks, a small stories rotator from my MOG, the Listen to This feed where I’ll add music that I love and would recommend, and the Monolinks where I’ll add interesting and useful stuff to read. Remember you can use the RSS buttons in each section, including the humongous one at the top, to subscribe to the different sections of the site using an RSS reader. That way you’ll be the first to know when something new happens on the site.

There’s also pictures, live dates, stuff for Ableton Live and there’s more on it’s way.

Enjoy your stay.

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