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Free culture: how big media uses technology and the law to lock down culture and control creativity

2004 ChoiceReviews  
This rough divide between the free and the controlled has now been erased. 9 The Internet has set the stage for this erasure and, pushed by big media, the law has now affected it.  ...  Fortunately for Mr. Eastman, and for photography in general, these early decisions went in favor of the pirates.  ...  And alternating with that command was the question of Justice Kennedy: "For all these years the act has impeded progress in science and the useful arts.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.42-1641 fatcat:t5ss4zuhtbeevcoq7ujpyt744u

The Speaking Abject in Kristeva's Powers of Horror

THEA HARRINGTON
1998 Hypatia  
Or it might be decipherable through a code, as, for instance, in the shadow cast by a sundial, and thus have shared qualities with the symbol.  ...  Out of this kind of fusion and confusion, gossip and scandal derive their fascination and become attached to the star's extra-diegetic iconography.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1527-2001.1998.tb01355.x fatcat:cmyjnrnqjvhqfnglgmndd5dr6a

"This Is a New Thing in the World": Design and Discontent in the Making of a "Garage Lab"

Michael J. Scroggins
2017
between expertise and democracy, and through the business of producing an audience for and presenting "new things in the world" to the public, also found in precursors such as Thomas Edison and P.T.  ...  Empirically, these questions are taken up as a particular problem for a group of people in Silicon Valley as they go about the everyday work of making a "garage lab" and deliberating among themselves and  ...  And that toll is the erasure of meaning through the collapse of existing differences.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8gm8czq fatcat:w7ho3xyrtjdgpe3bb42qmtepgi

Panel Members: Panel Members

Wednesday, October
unpublished
The modernist and industrialist city is no longer sustainable nor a desirable model for future cities. Worldwide, sustainable cities are being imagined and made.  ...  Today more than 50% of the world's population lives in cities, which means that cities use 70% of the world's resources and are responsible for 80% of the CO2 emissions.  ...  These teacher's perspectives will be used as a model for further research in the teaching and nursing professions in the Technucation research project and contributes to the existing research by challenging  ... 
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FREE CULTURE HOW BIG MEDIA USES TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW TO LOCK DOWN CULTURE AND CONTROL CREATIVITY

Lawrence Lessig
unpublished
This rough divide between the free and the controlled has now been erased. [9] The Internet has set the stage for this erasure and, pushed by big media, the law has now affected it.  ...  Fortunately for Mr. Eastman, and for photography in general, these early decisions went in favor of the pirates.  ... 
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FREE CULTURE HOW BIG MEDIA USES TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW TO LOCK DOWN CULTURE AND CONTROL CREATIVITY

Lawrence Lessig
unpublished
This rough divide between the free and the controlled has now been erased. [9] The Internet has set the stage for this erasure and, pushed by big media, the law has now affected it.  ...  Fortunately for Mr. Eastman, and for photography in general, these early decisions went in favor of the pirates.  ... 
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CANADIAN LITERATURE join with his many friends in celebrating GEORGE WOODCOCK'S 8oth BIRTHDAY 7IS 1 PL€3S€

George Woodcock
1912 unpublished
You would have snorted, dear dour George, and then laughed, thin-lipped, almost silent, and wrapped it up with some peat smoke and strong tea into another As I Please, talking of Plato and the real meaning  ...  of platonic love and saying that the best thoughts, like the best poems, are produced by nasty fascistsamong them, possibly, me. l 3  ...  No, it is not gossip to pause and remember for a little beside one's dead." 12 The "stories" of which Illiana Petrovna speaks ( she doesn't call them gossip, for the word has pejorative connotations for  ... 
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Documenting barbarism: the violence of the archive in contemporary American fiction

Theo Joseph Finigan
2011
It turns out that-on the most basic level of its functioning-the archive is dependent for its very existence on the violent erasure of all traces of itself.  ...  If the kid's transformation into -the man‖ is accompanied, as has been argued here, by his repeated attempts to reinterpret the material traces of his own history and thus lay the foundations for the construction  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3d35h fatcat:idk2gff5k5bs5jyopsyrep26ga

Tarrying in metonymic sites of pedagogy : the space of language and the language of space

Patricia Adele Palulis
2002
Fragmented narratives of live(d) experience from the everyday life of pedagogy are juxtaposed with theoretical traces from Lacanian psychoanalysis and Derridean deconstruction.  ...  The text seeks invocations for risking radical responsibilities in the everyday experience of living pedagogy - in the tensionaliry of the always already and the not-yet there.  ...  Scientific gossip takes place under relatively intimate conditions and mostly without witnesses; hence the gossipers' need to act in solidarity, leaning on and referring to each other for more  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0055056 fatcat:w37xbl5lc5eevgg6ewkpqi6tby

Paying for attention: narratives of control and the cultural economics of attention, 1990-present PAYING FOR ATTENTION: NARRATIVES OF CONTROL AND THE CULTURAL ECONOMICS OF ATTENTION, 1990-PRESENT by

Robert William, Albanese Iii, Robert William, Albanese Iii
2014 unpublished
Darick Robertson, 1998-2003), explore continuities and disjunctions in how different media represent this narrative, since diverse institutional codes dictate conditions of production and reception.  ...  Thank you to my sisters Mikele and Gena for dubbing Amadeus and watching it with me every weekend for what felt like a year, and for making my childhood wonderfully weird.  ...  "There are consequences to donning the cloak of […] invisibility. […] If you turn cookies [virtual fingerprints of code that tracks an individual's website visits] off and get a generic ad instead [of  ... 
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You Are Among Monsters, a Novel: Narrative Pattern and Transfer [article]

Jonathan Flieger, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Suzette Mayr
2014
Questions of history, fiction, material history, and believability are raised by the novel and its accompanying critical exegesis.  ...  These concepts and their relation to the novel are discussed in the exegetic material.  ...  inherent in that construction, and the need for the telling to continue.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/28728 fatcat:3yaqndmzn5gmfpw7ppc2o25zay

UC Irvine FlashPoints Title Media Laboratories: Late Modernist Authorship in South America ISBN 9780810134560 Author Publication Date

Sarah Wells, Ann
2017 unpublished
FlashPoints aims for a broad audience within the humanities and the social sciences concerned with moments of cultural emergence and transformation.  ...  and conceptual strength.  ...  Borges: Between History and  ... 
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Pope's double mistress : Oriental philosophy and the Scriblerian dialectic [article]

Matthew Francis 1981- Reilly
2018
Ḥayy ibn Yaqẓān attempts to revive his mother gazelle and begins his pursuit of the principle of life. In The Improvement of Human Reason, exhibited in the Life of Hai Ebn Yokdhan. trans. Simon Ockley  ...  from established codes of private authorship and public authority.  ...  Roach contends that Pope's purported erasures of violence in this 'noble savage' trope (particularly his neglect of the slave trade) do not account for the kinetic and performative "palimpsest" of his  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2t14v60d fatcat:tehyqzg5yne77fkv4kuoy4n44q