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last modified September 25, 2012 by strypey

Free Culture Research Conference 

Paper for FreeCulture2010 Research Conference

8-9 October, Free University of Berlin

FreeCulture2010 home page | FreeCulture2010 program

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Free to Know or Free to Own? Convergence of Free and Slow Culture in Global Relocalisation 

by Danyl Strype 

Version 1.0  (Sunday September 5, 2010)
CreativeCommons-Attribution-Share-Alike 3.0

Final Draft V.1.0:  Abstract | Introduction | Property is Theory | The Slow and the Free | Values Added | The 12 Disciplines | Hacking for Resilience | Boundary Issues | Conclusion | References

Appendices: Appendix A | Appendix B

"Therefore the practice of buying and selling land conceals a basic untruth namely, that land can be privately owned. Ownership of land amounts merely to a bundle of rights - rights of use...' 

- Peter Adcock-White, 'A Biodynamic Community-Supported Farm for Every Town and City in Aotearoa-NZ', published in Harvests magazine

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Working Documents

Abstract sent to organisers | Article version sent to organisers | feedback from peer reviewers | Bibliography | Brainstorm | Bits

Abandoned: 3 way table of principles: Appendix C | Mollison's perm principles: Appendix D | Meadows systems principles Appendix E | Kelly's systems principles Appendix F  

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Ripples

P2P Foundation: Paper mentioned on a page about the Free Culture conference and summarized with quotes. Also mentioned on P2P blog by Michel Bauwens, although sadly he's misspelt my name.

Paper cited (along with Jaromil of Dyne!) in a Slideshare.net presentation by Berglind Bergsdóttir

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