A shout out to Shooting People for blogging about the book and for posting an excerpt we adapted for them, from the interview with U.K. intellectual property attorney Hubert Best. Thanks!
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Friday, November 14, 2008
Lawrence Lessig's latest book, Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy, is now available from Amazon and other booksellers (and will soon be available under a Creative Commons license; see his website). Press materials: "For more than a decade, we’ve been waging a war on our kids in the name of the 20th Century’s model of 'copyright law.' In this, the last of his books about copyright, Lawrence Lessig maps both a way back to the 19th century, and to the promise of the 21st." Prof. Lessig was interviewed for Archival Storytelling.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
The Rape of Europa, which "tells the epic story of the systematic theft, deliberate destruction and miraculous survival of Europe’s art treasures during the Third Reich and the Second World War," airs on PBS on Monday, November 24, 9-11 pm (check local listings). Moscow-based archival researcher Alexander Kandaurov discussed doing research for this film (among others) in Archival Storytelling.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
A shout out to colleage James DeVinney for his letter to the Boston Globe on November 10, recognizing the Obama victory and wondering if the 14-hour series Eyes on the Prize -- created and executive produced by Henry Hampton -- might have played a small part in this historic achievement.