I’ve let my talks page fall badly out of date in the last year. As a first stab toward updating it, I’ve uploaded all of the notes for all of talks I’ve given calling for a free culture movement built around a standard of freedom and for adoption of the Definition of Free Cultural Works.
There are notes posted for talks at the following conferences and meetings:
- Wikimania 2007 (2007-08-03) in Taipei, Taiwan. Notes: HTML, ReST
- iCommons iSummit (2007-06-16) in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Notes: HTML, Rest
- Freeculture.org Annual Conference (2007-05-26) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Notes: HTML, ReST
- FSF Associate Members Meeting (2007-03-24) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Notes: HTML, ReST
- Wikimania 2006 (2006-08-04) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Notes: HTML, ReST; Slides: PDF, ODP
The talks and notes are not the same, but they are often very similar and they share a lot of text.
The only recording I have is the one from the FSF Members meeting which I posted here before. It’s still available online here:
- Talk (OGG Vorbis or MP3)
- Q&A (OGG Vorbis or MP3)
Perhaps a couple other recordings will surface.
The good news is that I think that those of us involved with the definition have begun to make real progress in getting the message out and I think that, in several real ways, we’ve changed the nature of the conversation around free culture.
I hope so, because I think that, looking at the list above, it’s probably time to move on and to think about helping the definition and the movement in new innovative ways and with new compelling arguments.
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The links to the Talk and Q&A are broken. Just letting you know.
Thanks Greg! Fixed!
Any chance you’ll be passing through the Los Angeles area anytime soon? I can guarantee a big room of faculty and students at Cal Lutheran University (where I study) in Thousand Oaks who would love to hear you speak.
I’ve got nothing planned but I’ll try to keep you in mind when something comes up. I figure I’ll end up coming through sooner rather than later.