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Free Software Magazine: Free Me: A DVD About Free Culture and Free Software

Mar 13, 2007, 02:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A DVD that comes with lots of great examples of Free Culture which plays in your DVD player, with even more examples when you put it in your computer--including a GNU/Linux Live CD. The idea is simple: help to get the word out about Free Culture, including Free Software, by showing off what's already been achieved; the thing is, we need your help!

"Before we get started on the rest of this article I would like to make it clear that the term 'Free Culture' as used here refers to my own belief that many different elements--i.e. software, literature, music, photos, videos, creative commons, GNU etc--are all part of a greater whole. Some things that I might have included under the term 'Free Culture,' others might not have: the best I can do here is to point you in the direction of the sites of other organisations to get a feel for what they feel constitutes Free Culture. I'm very aware that I might step on a few toes here, so if you think I am stepping on your toes please send some feedback and we'll see if we can work around it..."

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