19 March 2011

Ethics of Intellectual Monopolies: the Video

I was pleased to discover last night that the video of my talk at FSCONS last November is now available:

Glyn Moody - Keynote: Ethics of Intellectual Monopolies from FSCONS on Vimeo.


Real masochists may wish to sing along using my presentation slides:


Which just goes to show that you can have too much of a good thing...

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6 comments:

Valdis said...

Glyn, could you put hyperlinks to web sites you mentioned in your talk (RMS answer about GPL and copyright, open source business models, book any other).
Thanks in advance!

glyn moody said...

@Valdis: if you want to list the things I mentioned that you'd like a link to, just post it here. You say "book": what do you mean by that?

PV said...

[ramble] Sing along? I hope the tune is open for any use (i.e. not copyrighted) :P.
Great video and great set of slides, but then my perpetual concern is that if I get into an argument with someone over this, are those people really going to ever be convinced? [/ramble]
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glyn moody said...

@PV: thanks. I think if we just keep explaining this stuff the logic eventually wins out...

NomDuClavier said...

I think Valdis was looking for Against Intellectual Monopoly.

I'd just asked the same question on Twitter.

glyn moody said...

@NomdeClavier - thanks; yes, that's the last version, and well-worth careful reading - it's a great book