I’m giving a talk today as part of Media in Transition 5 (MiT5) conference organized by the MIT Comparative Media Studies program. The topic this year year is right up my alley: "creativity, ownership, and collaboration in the digital age.
Everyone else is talking about free culture issues so I’m branching out a bit and delivering a paper I wrote with Harvard Law School and Harvard Free Culture’s Elizabeth Stark on "the politics of piracy" with a focus on political action around P2P filesharing. We’ll have a paper in the proceedings which I’ll post with our talk notes and slides.
You can find information on our talk on how to attend on the conference website.