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This is my piece of a longer Whitworth University panel discussion called "Media Unlimited: Technology, Ethics and Life at Whitworth in the 21st Century," 3/15/2010 @Whitworth University. The whole ...

This is my piece of a longer Whitworth University panel discussion called "Media Unlimited: Technology, Ethics and Life at Whitworth in the 21st Century," 3/15/2010 @Whitworth University. The whole panel discussion + Q&A is available (and free) from iTunes U:

http://tinyurl.com/29ro257

I quote from a NYT article on Harry Potter knock-offs, and that article is available here:

http://tinyurl.com/35k2a22

I also quote from William Gibson's "Rocket Radio" essay, which is available here:

http://tinyurl.com/35235h9

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Sharing Culture Presentation Transcript

  • 1. “Sharing Culture in the Internet Era” A few thoughts on the sharing of culture. Fred Johnson Whitworth U Robinson Teaching Theater 3/15/10 by sparktography @Flickr
  • 2. The Art of Remixed Culture
  • 3. The Art of Remixed Culture
  • 4. The Legal Jeopardy of Borrowers
  • 5. Oral Tradition
  • 6. Oral Tradition
  • 7. I totally remixed your story, dude. & my version will sell.
  • 8. I totally remixed your story, dude. & my version will sell.
  • 9. Culture Still Circulates... by sparktography @Flickr
  • 10. Blues Consider the Robert Johnson
  • 11. Blues Consider the Robert Johnson Borrowed from Others
  • 12. Blues Consider the Robert Johnson Borrowed from Others Influences Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, The Animals, The Who, Lynard Skynyrd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and many more.
  • 13. Blues Consider the Sold soul? Robert Johnson Borrowed from Others Influences Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, The Animals, The Who, Lynard Skynyrd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and many more.
  • 14. Who owns the characters?
  • 15. Fan Fiction Who owns the characters?
  • 16. Who owns Dumbledore? Who owns the characters?
  • 17. Who owns the characters?
  • 18. Harry Potter and the Leopard-Walk-Up-to-Dragon Harry becomes a fat, hairy dwarf after being caught in a “sour and sweet rain.”
  • 19. Harry Potter and Platform Nine and Three-Quarters ...and the meteor you saw in the sky was my traipsing manteau.
  • 20. “The Street finds its own uses for things--uses the manufacturers never imagined.” William F. Gibson “Rocket Radio” (1989)
  • 21. Cory Doctorow
  • 22. Cory Doctorow
  • 23. Magic Underpants Gnome http://peripheryarts.blogspot.com/2007/02/someone-to-watch-over-me.html
  • 24. Magic Underpants Gnome Step 1: Sue downloaders, treat listeners as criminals, and cripple the technology by removing features. Step 2: Step 3: Everyone returns to mall. http://peripheryarts.blogspot.com/2007/02/someone-to-watch-over-me.html
  • 25. Magic Underpants Gnome Step 1: Sue downloaders, treat listeners as criminals, and cripple the technology by removing features. Step 2: Step 3: Everyone returns to mall. Fast forward makes me a sad, sad gnome. http://peripheryarts.blogspot.com/2007/02/someone-to-watch-over-me.html
  • 26. Stanford U. Law Prof. Lawrence Lessig
  • 27. Stanford U. Law Prof. Bad law breeds disrespect for all law. Lawrence Lessig
  • 28. Lessig Argument: digital technology allows us to revive amateur culture, user generated content, “culture where people produce for the love of what they’re doing and NOT for the money.”
  • 29. No more rock millionaires? OK.
  • 30. No gas $, no tour, kiddo. No more rock? Not OK.
  • 31. And then no band. No gas $, no tour, kiddo. No more rock? Not OK.
  • 32. Robert Johnson
  • 33. Robert Johnson Died Poor and Unrecognized
  • 34. Are you simply circulating culture?
  • 35. Are you simply circulating culture? Or are you remixing the next great performer or writer into oblivion?
  • 36. More Learning Corey Doctorow Lawrence Lessig William F. Gibson’s “Rocket Radio” Edward Felton James Surowiecki Clay Shirky Google This: “A Fairy Use Tale”