As I mentioned previously, I was graciously given the opportunity to speak the crowd at the Free Software Foundation’s Members Meeting in March about some of my work and activism around Free Culture. In front of what was probably the friendliest audience possible, I compared the free software and free culture movements and explained why I think that free culture movement may be off track — and, of course, what we as a community might be able to do about it.
If you listen to it, please try to forgive my faults as a speaker. The message I tried to convey is what I think is one the most important tactical issues facing free culture. If this talk dwells a little too long on free software and the lessons we might take from that world, please consider my audience.
You can listen to the talk here: