Lawrence Lessig - "Remix"
Courant Institute NYU
Nov 9 2008

sponsored by ISOC-NY
with thanks to NYU and Evan Korth

"Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy."

The sixth lecture in Evan Korth's NYU Computers and Society course featured Professor Lawrence Lessig of Stanford University. His topic, the subject of his recent book, was "Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy."

The content industry has convinced industry in general that extremism in copyright regulation is good for business and economic growth. In this talk, Professor Lessig describes the creative and profitable future that culture and industry could realize, if only we gave up IP extremism.

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Educators, librarians, and other interested parties can obtain a DVD of this talk by emailing dvd@isoc-ny.org - ask for DVD1477. More information, the means to purchase and, potentially, to download the book can bE found at http://remix.lessig.org/.

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