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Open Source Culture: Resource File


Open Source Culture

Berenson, Frederick. "The
darkside of the :Cuecat
." Presentation.

Art Junction. "Copyright and Appropriation
Web Quest: Deciding the Fate of Sherrie Levine
". Also available at

Bezroukov, Nikolai. "Open Source
Software Development as a Special Type of Academic Research (Critique of Vulgar
." First Monday, 4(10), October 1999. Also available at

Biddle, Peter, Paul England, Marcus Peinado, and Bryan Willman. "The
Darknet and the Future of Content Distribution
." Also available at

Carlson, Scott. "In the Copyright Wars,
This Scholas Sides With the Anarchists: NYU's Siva Vaidhyanathan wants to
keep the stuff of culture out of the hands of the information oligarchs
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Information Technology: November 19, 2004.

Critical Art Ensemble. "Utopian
Plagiarism, Hypertextuality, and Electronic Cultural Production
Critical Issues in Electronic Media, Simon Penny, ed. New York: SUNY
Press, 1994.

Cummings, Alex. "Open Source, Open Frontiers:
Global Culture
." PowerPoint Presentation.

Digital Connections Council of the Committee for Economic Development. Promoting
Innovation and Economic Growth: The Special Problem of Digital Intellectual
. ”March 2004. Also available at

Doctorow, Cory. "Microsoft Research
DRM Talk
".” Also available at

Free Expression Policy Project, The. "The
Progress of Science and Useful Arts: Why Copyright Today Threatens Intellectual
." Also available at

Garnett, Joy. "Steal This Look." Intelligent Agent, Vol.
4 No. 2, Spring 2004. Also available at

Gladwell, Malcolm. "Something Borrowed:
Should a charge of plagiarism ruin your life?
." The New Yorker: 22
November 2004.

Goldsmith, Kenneth. "The Bride Stripped Bare:
Nude Media and The Dematerialization of Tony Curtis

Hunter, Dan, "Culture War." August
10, 2004. Also available at

Ippolito, Jon. "Why Art Should Be Free."
Also available at

Jordan, Ken, and Paul D. Miller.
" Freeze Frame--Sound in the Era of Digital
." Also available at

Landes, William M., "Copyright,
Borrowed Images and Appropriation Art: An Economic Approach
" (December
2000). U Chicago Law & Economics, Olin Working Paper No. 113. Also available

Larkin, Brian. "Degraded Images,
Distorted Sounds: Nigerian Video and the Infrastructure of Piracy
Public Culture 16.2, 289-314, 2004.

Lessig, Lawrence. "Copyright in the
Digital Age
." Transcript of online discussion.,
April 14, 2004.

Lessig, Lawrence. "Share/Share Alike:
A Panel Discussion with Prof. Lawrence Lessig." Intelligent Agent,
Vol. 4 No. 2, Spring 2004. Also available at

Lohr, Steve. "In Competitive
Move, I.B.M. Puts Code in Public Domain
." New York Times, August
3, 2004.

Miller, Paul D. AKA Dj Spooky That Subliminal Kid. "Uncanny/Unwoven."

Moglen, Eben. "Freeing the Mind: Free Software
and the Death of Proprietary Culture
." Also available at

Oswald, John. "Plunderphonics, or Audio
Piracy as a Compositional Prerogative
." Wired Society Electro-Acoustic
Conference, Toronto, 1985. Also available at

Prelinger, Rick. "Remarks on
Appropriation Art
." Also available at

Quin, Douglas. "Digital
Sampling, the Mimetic Impulse and Appropriation in Modern Art
." The
Journal for the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, Vol.
IX, No. 1 (April 1994).

SFMOMA. "CopyArt: The Impact of Copyright
on New Media Art
." Transcript of panel discussion. September 24,

Shulgin, Alexei. "Open Sources in Net
." Transcription of lecture at Mikro e.V., Berlin, Germany.

Smith, Roberta. "When
One Man's Video Art Is Another's Copyright Crime
." New York Times,
May 6, 2004. Review of Jon Routson's exhibition of video shot in cinemas.

Sundaram, Ravi. "Recycling Modernity:
Pirate electronic cultures in India
." The Sarai Reader 2001: The
Public Domain, 93-99.

Tribe, Mark. "Open
Source Culture: Intellectual Property, Technology and the Arts
." Presentation.

Tsiouris, Natasha. "Applications
and Interpretations of Prof. Landes' Approach
."  PowerPoint.