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Alan Levine on the consequences of sharing online
24 Aug, 2009 | 0:31:00 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | Open Education 2009

While the Open Education movement focuses on institutional issues, a large ocean exists of powerful individual accomplishments simply from tapping into content that is open for sharing and re-use. As colorful as old covers of “Amazing Stories� magazine, this presentation shares moving, personal stories that would not have been previously possible, enabled by open licensed materials and personal networks. Beyond...
Using New Media to Support 'Old'
24 Aug, 2009 | 0:51:10 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | Open Education 2009

For over fifty years, New Jersey’s WFMU has been one of the world’s most reknowned non-commercial radio stations. Although it’s transmitter covers only a portion of the New York City area, WFMU is known within media circles for being a trailblazer in social media and alternative licensing and copyright issues. But as Station Manager Ken Freedman explains, the transition from... Toronto Townhall
17 Jun, 2009 | 1:16:44 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

An open town hall event giving local citizens the chance to shape Canada's broadband future. As Canada falls behind other OECD countries on Internet speed, cost, and openness this session will feature a lively discussion guided by a panel of web innovators, social change leaders, and public policy gurus. Citizen testimony will be used to develop the presentation to...
Financing the News
01 Jun, 2009 | 0:46:28 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

At this critical time when the new media environment is being molded and the traditional news industry is in a state of decline, creative approaches to journalism are urgently needed. Yet politicians and policy makers are poised to further support the big conglomerates that got us into this mess in the first place.Canwest and other corporate media may even get...
07 Apr, 2009 | 1:01:10 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

Copyrights and patents have come to be called “intellectual property,� a phrase which suggests that they are much akin to ordinary property. They are not: they are a government grant of monopoly power. The argument in favour of intellectual property must then be that these monopolies provide important offsetting incentives for innovation and creation. However, all the available evidence suggests...
09 Feb, 2009 | 1:22:00 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

Mr. Richard Stallman will speak about the Free Software Movement, which campaigns for freedom so that computer users can cooperate to control their own computing activities. The Free Software Movement developed the GNU operating system, often erroneously referred to as Linux, specifically to establish these freedoms. This is a free event open to the public.
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:26:45 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | Open Mobile

It was once said that the Sony Walkman, not love, would tear us apart. Contrary to these claims about mobile privatization, whereby individuating technologies are said to produce alienated populations running around in mobile media cocoons, and for some quite unexpectedly, the diffusion of advanced mobile devices and applications offers new opportunities to build and activate communities, invoking a radical...
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:59:30 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

In June 2008, the Canadian government introduced Bill C-61, new copyright legislation that closely followed the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The public response to the bill was both immediate and angry - tens of thousands of Canadians wrote to the Minister and their local Members of Parliament, leading to town hall meetings, negative press coverage, and the growing realization...
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:21:55 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Access to Information
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:21:25 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Media Concentration
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:25:30 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Telecommunications Policy
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:26:05 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Trade Agreements (TILMA)
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:22:45 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Intellectual Property
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:17:30 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Net Neutrality
28 Oct, 2008 | 0:54:40 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | BCLA: Jumpstarting the Public Sphere

Trosow will close the conference by tying together the various threads and issues that make up information policy. He will outline his holistic model of information policy, which in brief, defines information policy as being broader than the sum of its components (ie, intellectual property, privacy, intellectual freedom, access to information, government information policies). In this presentation, he will explain...
25 Sep, 2008 | 0:59:45 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

With the proliferation of free news on the internet, is the public in the driver's seat when deciding what is news? The days when editorial gatekeepers decided which stories we would see or read are gone.

In this brave new world of widespread access, there are some serious questions for people who value the quality and honesty of news sources:...
23 Jul, 2008 | 1:00:37 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

Doctorow's topic is The Totalitarian Urge: total information awareness and the cosmic billiards. “It’s about how technology changes the way we view social problems,� says Doctorow. “Older mechanical technologies make us see the world as deterministic, knowable and manipulable. New emergent technologies like the Internet teach us that control is an illusion, the universe is out of control and laughing...
19 Jun, 2008 | 0:28:30 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

Joan Sangster speaks at the Pacific Northwest Labour Conference on the history of Aboriginal women in the workplace. Produced for Aboriginal Heritage Day.
25 Apr, 2008 | 0:44:50 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne |

This paper takes up the key ideas presented in Félix Guattari's bold tri-ecological vision in his book of 1989 "The Three Ecologies" involving biospherical, social, and mental dimensions. In a detailed consideration of Guattars thought, Genosko explains that his most innovative move was to develop the relationship between art and ecology through the problem of how subjectivity is produced. Guattari...
25 Apr, 2008 | 0:30:20 |
EN | Charlotte Bourne | Bridging Media

Meet Your Monsters: Solving Traditional Broadcast Webmares The digital world is not all that scary - despite the monsters under your mainframe! This panel will focus on successful case studies in how the medium is being used effectively. The players will present new models for the future.
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