[Cc-uk] Commons Knowledge (March no.1)
tom at acrewoods.net
Tue Mar 7 11:09:33 EST 2006
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March 2006, no.1
Stable URL: http://www.freeculture.org.uk/newsletter/2006/mar06
* What: A festival of open, collaborative media arts and infrastructure in
* When: Throughout March 2006.
* Where: Venues thoughout London.
* More information: http://nodel.org
Remix Reading open media lab
* What: Come and learn how to use arty free software, or show off your
skills to others, at our first open media lab. Just turn up with an open
mind. From 11am-1pm there will be workshops with kids from a local refugee
* When: Saturday 18th March 2006, 11am-4pm
* Where: Rising Sun Arts Centre, Reading (www.risingsun-artscentre.co.uk)
* More information: http://www.remixreading.org/node/710
Copyfighters' Drunken Brunch and Talking Shop
* What: Meet for a brunch and drinks with other free culture / digital
rights / copyfighters activists, then walk across to Speakers' Corner in Hyde
Park to bewilder passers by with your rhetoric.
* When: Sunday 19th March 2006. Food from 11AM to 1PM; Speakers' Corner
* Where: Stanhope Centre (Stanhope Centre, Stanhope House, Stanhope Place,
London W2 2HH)
FREE CULTURE IN THE UK NEWS
"CNUK has set-up a free software lab and has some volunteer openings to work
on RemixAnywhere, the tool to allow musicians to quickly publish remixes to
their weblogs and Jammr, the tool to grab some interesting data about you and
your friends from Last.fm and display a Web 2.0 compliant tag cloud"
The OKFN Forum on Open Content was a success. Here is some coverage:
* review: http://tinyurl.com/jl85j
* reflection: http://tom.acrewoods.net/node/412
* podcast: http://parkylondon.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=61935
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