Cory Doctorow at Business of Software 2008: Life in the Information Economy

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One of my side-projects is running a series of talks in Cambridge, UK. A couple of weeks ago Cory Doctorow (the editor of Boing Boing) gave the inaugural talk. According to Cory, we made a bet, some decades ago, that the information economy would be based on buying and selling information. We were totally, 100 percent wrong.

Cory is a great speaker: articulate, amusing and thought-provoking. If you’re at all interested in copyright, DRM or piracy then here’s the video.

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One response to “Cory Doctorow at Business of Software 2008: Life in the Information Economy”

  1. Evan Meagher says:

    Good link. Cory Doctorow rocks. Thanks!

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