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Michel Bauwens commented on carobotero's blog post Lectures on "Digital Economies and the Politics of circulation," a brief report of what happened
"superb report Caroline, wish I were there ... I will republish this on the regular blog also, on the 12th"
Apr 7, 2009
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Lectures on "Digital Economies and the Politics of circulation," a brief report of what happened

This cycle of conferences held in New York on 3 and 4 April 2009, was focused on the idea of circulation and to think circulation in the frame of the digital era and as means of policy (the full program here).The first panel took the name "The arts, new technologies and informal economies." Brian Larkin shared panel with Arilson…See More
Apr 6, 2009
Michel Bauwens commented on carobotero's blog post DIgital Economies and the Politics of Circulation- NY - April 3 and 4
"Hi Caroline, Can you report on this conference? Or at least provide any links to coverage? Many thanks for your assitance, Had a very nice dinner with your sister and Teemu in Helsinki, Michel"
Apr 4, 2009
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Mar 29, 2009
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Meet “TRAFICANTES DE SUEÑOS” a spanish speaking copyleft publishing house and much more

If you are in the vicinity of Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá tomorrow 25th do not hesitate and pop in!!, if you are not around use the online connection (1 and 2) and you can still join us!!Traficantes de sueños (Dream Traffickers) has been an emblematic project for years, it has grown up not only as an interesting copyleft…See More
Mar 24, 2009
Carlos Boyle commented on carobotero's blog post Cause against Argentinian professor for uploading texts by Derrida
"Some daya ago Iposted this in the collective political blog Artepolítica, based in this article from this other blog. These articles did not said anything new, but one of the comments that I recieved yes."
Mar 14, 2009
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Cause against Argentinian professor for uploading texts by Derrida

Last week I reproduced in my blog a post by argentinian blogger Patricio Lorente who was telling of another “piracy” related criminal suit. The special situation in this case is that the criminal offender is a professor at an Argentinian university that has been doing what many professors…See More
Mar 13, 2009

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About Me:
I am a lawyer, I am especially interested on Intellectual Property issues and it´s impact on society.
Education, culture and science are IP fields where it is necessary to look for new equilibriums (individuals/collective/public) and economic models.
How did you come across this network?
Michel Bauwens
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Lectures on "Digital Economies and the Politics of circulation," a brief report of what happened

This cycle of conferences held in New York on 3 and 4 April 2009, was focused on the idea of circulation and to think circulation in the frame of the digital era and as means of policy (the full program here).



The first panel took the name "The arts, new technologies and informal economies." Brian Larkin shared panel with… Continue

Posted on April 6, 2009 at 14:21 — 1 Comment

Meet “TRAFICANTES DE SUEÑOS” a spanish speaking copyleft publishing house and much more

If you are in the vicinity of Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá tomorrow 25th do not hesitate and pop in!!, if you are not around use the online connection (1 and 2) and you can still join us!!



Traficantes de sueños (Dream Traffickers) has been an emblematic project for years, it has grown up not only as an… Continue

Posted on March 24, 2009 at 10:30

Cause against Argentinian professor for uploading texts by Derrida

Last week I reproduced in my blog a post by argentinian blogger Patricio Lorente who was telling of another “piracy” related criminal suit. The special situation in this case is that the criminal offender is a professor at an Argentinian university that has been doing what many professors… Continue

Posted on March 13, 2009 at 23:00 — 1 Comment

Females in Open Source

A friend suggest I should look at this web page where a student is doing a study on women in the Open Source movement. She is runing a survey and posting results, is there a women here willing to take the survey? I find interesting to take a look at a strongly male endevour as this one seen through the eyes of women and I wonder how do these women find their role in this… Continue

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 22:37 — 1 Comment

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At 2:00 on February 12, 2009, Michel Bauwens said…
So nice to have you here Caroline!!

Michel
At 2:33 on February 12, 2009, Michel Bauwens said…
why not write something about IP and Latin America?

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