Gnuheter: Sing about free software
Aug 24, 2001, 14:26 (1 Talkback[s])
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What happens when a professor of law at Stanford--a strong
advocate for free software and freedom of speech--does music?
As reported by
Gnuheter Larry Lessig provides us with an answer in I Thoght We
Knew That. I am not a critic, but it sounds like The Orbs Little
Fluffy Cloud meeting Peter Gabriel.
song (MP3-format,4,7 MB).
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- CNET News.com: Harvard professor mutes antitrust skepticism(Feb 26, 2000)
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- Wired: Open Source in Open Court(Apr 26, 1999)