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    • “ Remix Culture. Is It Friend or Foe?” By: David Lindmann
      • Remix Culture is reusing the tools that we have used in the past to create new and more efficient ways.
      What is Remix Culture?
      • Free software has given us the ability to remix songs which is important to everyone, not just professionals.
      The Right To Remix
      • There is a free culture movement and its growing with software. Its creating Creative Commons.
      • We have Remix Reading which is letting artiest share work and ultimately “remix” each other.
      • Without remix we are not humans and can not interact with the external world.
      Remix
    • Remixed Song
      • 1. "Put Yo Hood Up - Set Your Goals 2. "Got Your Money" - Say Anything 3. "I Wish" - The Secret Handshake 4. "Men in Black" - Forever the Sickest Kids 5. "California Love" - My American Heart 6. "I Wanna Love You" - The Maine 7. "Kryptonite (I'm on It)" - E-manuel 8. "The Seed" - Person L 9. "Still Fly" - The Devil Wears Prada 10. "Umbrella" - All Time Low 11. "Notorious Thugs" - Scary Kids Scaring Kids 12. "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" - The Escape Frame 13. "Gin and Juice" - Hot Rod Circuit 14. "Hey Ya!" - Lorene Drive 15. "Tennessee" - New Found Glory
      Original Singer
      • Lil Jon & Eastside Boyz
      • Ol Dirty Bastard
      • Skee-Lo
      • Will Smith
      • 2pac
      • AKON
      • Purple Ribbon All-Stars
      • The Roots
      • Big Tymers
      • All Time Low
      • Bone and Biggie Biggie
      • Dr. Dre Feat. Snoop Dogg
      • Snoop Dogg
      • Outkast
      • Could not find
    • Famous Remix
      • One Famous remix is the Numa Numa remix. Where A boy and his web cam took the world to a whole new place.
    • Shepard Fairey Remix is all about making references; references are how you establish a point of view in popular culture, and they are crucial to my work as an artist.
      • If we take away remix then we will make pirates of our children. We can not kill this form of expression only criminalize it. Can’t make Remixers passive but we can make them pirates.
      Larry Lessig
      • Is Remix needed?
      • What Purpose does it have?
      • Remix is needed due to its popular culture view points. Steven Johnson “Where do we think innovation and creativity come from-protecting ideas or setting them free, allowing them to circulate freely?” Meaning we remix everyday with no thought “Just Do It”.
      Conclusion
      • Remix culture Issues surrounding re-use in Creative Commons licenses
      • By: Tom Chance
      • http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/articles/focus-music_and_remixing?page=0%2C0
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      • DJ Spooky - That Subliminal Kid -Remix Culture
      • By: Paul Miller
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMENA6XgGIo
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      • The Evolution of Remix Culture
      • By: normative
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BZ06Kwbi5s
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      • Remix Culture
      • By: Center for Social Media
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3jovQ4eKqE&feature=related
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      • Cause Global: Social Media for Social Change
      • By: Marcia Stepanek
      • http://causeglobal.blogspot.com/2009/02/remix-culture.html
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      • Creative Commons remix culture - a practical example
      • By: Uwe Hermann
      • http://www.hermann-uwe.de/blog/creative-commons-remix-culture--a-practical-example
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      • Remix Culture: (They say) Fair Use is Your Friend
      • By: Lawrence Lessig
      • http://www.lessig.org/blog/2009/05/remix_culture_they_say_fair_us.html
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      • Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video
      • By: A Future of Public Media Project, funded by the Ford Foundation
      • http://centerforsocialmedia.org/fair-use/related-materials/codes/code-best-practices-fair-use-online-video
      • Yahoo Answers: Question from Joe Ferraro “What Songs that were rap songs have been remade by some alternative rock bands
      • http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100708105026AAX1NfL
      Sources