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This is the slideshow support for the talk I gave at Geekend Roadshow (part of DMA2011) in Boston last October. To hear the audio from the talk, please visit www.chirbit.com/chirbit/84033.

This is the slideshow support for the talk I gave at Geekend Roadshow (part of DMA2011) in Boston last October. To hear the audio from the talk, please visit www.chirbit.com/chirbit/84033.

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  • 1. Paid Content in 2012  And Beyond... Geekend Roadshow | Boston, Mass. 4 October 2011 @davidburn | @adpulp | @bonehook
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  • 5. Information wants to be free
    • “ On the one hand information wants to be expensive, because it’s so valuable. The right information in the right place just changes your life. On the other hand, information wants to be free, because the cost of getting it out is getting lower and lower all the time. So you have these two fighting against each other.” 
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    •                                                  -Stewart Brand
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  • 10. Mash It Up
    • "I believe that all generally useful information should be free. By 'free' I am not referring to price, but rather to the freedom to copy the information and to adapt it to one's own uses... When information is generally useful, redistributing it makes humanity wealthier no matter who is distributing and no matter who is receiving."   
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    •    -Richard Stallman's 1990 adaptation of Brand's statement
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  • 31. Thank you
    • Please contact me to discuss any of these concepts in greater detail, or to work with me on a content problem of your own. 
    • e: david@bonehook.com
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    • m: 503-970-3862
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    • @davidurn | @adpulp | @bonehook