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IASC: The Hedgehog Review - Volume 20, No. 1 (Spring 2018) - Tending the Digital Commons: A Small Ethics toward the Future -
To teach children how to own their own domains and make their own websites might seem a small thing. In many cases it will be a small thing. Yet it serves as a reminder that the online world does not merely exist, but is built, and built to meet the desires of certain very powerful people—but could be built differently.
futurism  openculture  teaching  purchasenme 
march 2018 by SteveLambert
Macbook Repair in NYC | 347-552-2258 »
Louis Rossman mac tech repair. Proudly unauthorized - seems very ethical.
mac  diy  openculture 
april 2017 by SteveLambert
Star Trek Continues E01 "Pilgrim of Eternity" - YouTube
Star Trek Continues, a fan made continuation of the original series.
remix  tv  youtube  openculture  copyright 
february 2016 by SteveLambert
Steal This Wi-Fi | WIRED
Whenever I talk or write about my own security setup, the one thing that surprises people — and attracts the most criticism — is the fact that I run an open wireless network at home. There's no password. There's no encryption. Anyone with wireless capability who can see my network can use it to access the internet.
openwireless  security  openculture  routers 
november 2015 by SteveLambert
Taking A Second Look At Free Fonts | Smashing Magazine
Free fonts don’t have a good reputation, but don’t they deserve a second chance? Good free font options by @typewolf:
fonts  free  openculture 
march 2014 by SteveLambert
Archives HIM RIJKSMUSEUM
High resolution images from Amsterdam's big museum
API  art  openculture 
june 2013 by SteveLambert
HowlRound
HowlRound is the Journal of the Center for the Theater Commons at Emerson College. We build open platforms that facilitate knowledge sharing and align resources for artists and institutions to create a more transparent and accessible nonprofit theater.
openculture  creativecommons  theater  performance 
december 2012 by SteveLambert
Free Art License - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Free Art License (abbr.: FAL, French: Licence Art Libre) is a copyleft license that grants the right to freely copy, distribute, and transform creative works without needing the author's explicit permission.
openculture  freeculture  licenses 
march 2012 by SteveLambert

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