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Subject: Re: [hangout] Introduction to Free Software for Schools
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I was thinking of having a Panel Discussion on this as a fund raiser.
What do you think?
> > Have you ever looked at the impact that strong copyright has had on the
> > economy? You write so well, I bet we can do a kick -at-$$ report on this.
> I haven't looked at the effects of copyright, but in school, I studied (as
> did every economics student) the effects of different constraints on free
> markets. It sounds interesting. Maybe there are reports and research
> into this question already. One thing that seems almost too obvious to
> mention is that free markets rely on free (as in freedom) information to
> function well. That is a fundamental concept that ran through all my
> economics education. If you are interested, we should start looking at
> what is already out there and discuss it. I'm game.
> New Yorker Linux Users Scene
> Fair Use -
> because it's either fair use or useless....
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
Fair Use -
because it's either fair use or useless....