[NetBehaviour] Back from our break away...
rob at robmyers.org
Wed Nov 19 11:13:15 CET 2008
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 9:55 PM, marc garrett
<marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
>>Yes. Many of the texts are available online elsewhere. And all are
>>under at least one Free licence in the book, so readers of the book
>>are free to copy and share what they need to.
> Cool - I will have another look, perhaps a few Internet searches are
> called for ;-)
The version of my essay in the book is an expanded version with added
quotes and footnotes (plug, plug) but the older version is still on my
> ONE LOVE: How FLOSS Can Make True All the Promises
> of the Avantgarde (yet would kill 'art' by doing so)
> At the moment, 'thenextlayer' Drupal site is down.
> I have emailed Armin asking him when it will be up again.
"As I will show, although FLOSS culture contains elements of both,
elitism and virtuosity, those criteria stand in stark contrast to the
central tenets of FLOSS culture: to foster a culture of enabling,
facilitation and participation on a massive scale."
Free Culture and Free Software exist to foster a culture of freedom to
work with art or software. Participation is an epiphenomenon of this.
I have an essay about this in a book that was released recently. ;-)
I'll definitely take a look at Armin's essay when the site is back up,
it doesn't seem to be cached anywhere.
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