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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...a brilliant composer, not only educated me in composition and the history of musical borrowing but co-taught a class on musical borrowing that dramati... ...ovement I describe at the end of this book. Jamie Love has touched, sparked, or masterminded almost every benign Acknowledgments ix ___-1 ___0 ___ 1 3... ...he environment, or civil rights, or the way the economy works. I will try my best to be fair, to explain the issues and give both sides of the argumen... ...t darkening me. That ideas should freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man, and improvement of hi... ...ruling sounded reasonable and clear, something that would only strike at bad actors while paying heed to the Sony Axiom and the assurance of safety th... ...erty has been stretched into an attempt to regulate technology so as to pick winners in the marketplace, enriching the farmers at the expense of consu... ...x the law in this area. When the case of Bridgeport Music, Inc. v. Dimension Films came up, they thought they had what they wanted. The band NWA had u... ...om a monopolist’s point of view, the handcuffs of network effects are indeed golden, though opinions differ about whether or not this is a cause for a... ...d. To appropriate a phrase from Carol Rose, open source teaches us about the comedy of the commons, a way of arranging markets and production that we,...

... copyright, patent, and trademark laws. In a series of fascinating case studies, Boyle explains why gene sequences, basic business ideas and pairs of musical notes are now owned, why jazz might be illegal if it were invented today, why most of 20th century culture is legally unavailable to us, and why today's policies would probably have smothered the World Wide Web at its...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...other Dynamics. My challenge to the reader is simple. Is this book true, or not? Preface The Basi... ...calls a singularity which was the origin of the Big Bang. If you reverse the film of a pebble hitting the 2-dimensional The Path of Splitness Cha... ...into two directions: In and Out. Our Universe did not expand out into a full globe of Infinite Space when it first split. It only split ½ of the w... ...: like baryons and mesons. This is why mathematical functions and values work best when they are based on the root 12. This is why when life evolve... ...ines of mammals contain 24 vertebrae. This is why there are twelve notes on a musical scale. This is also why there are twelve meridians of the h... ...atives, an Emperor. Giving up their time and attention to a single gladiator, actor, etc… Giving up their wealth, giving up their social standing, ... ...ivity as an unquestioned right. The only rationale given is the same one all winners give losers: a fait accompli. Once you selectively own someth... ...000 years to Rome… It comes from Ancient Roman Culture. Where the height of comedy and entertainment was one Roman fool… beating another Roman foo... ...lization The Effect of Civilization on Humans 744 When was the golden Age of American Music? When simple African American Ethnic Musi...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

By: Thomas Hutchinson

...n using this document file, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his or her own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State University nor Jim Manis, F... ...“Lines at Naples”, were beautifully written out for the press in Shelley’s best hand, but their very value and beauty necessi- tated the ordeal of tra... ...orbs that burn below With unapparent fire, The baby Sleep is pillowed: Her golden tresses shade The bosom’s stainless pride, ... ...ins soon leave not a wreck behind: Their elements, wide-scattered o’er the globe, T o happier shapes are moulded, and become ... ...The ghastly torrent mingles its far roar, With the breeze murmuring in the musical woods. Where the embowering trees recede, and leave A little space ... ...ves not up its dead _1820 T o evil thoughts.’—A film then overcast My sense with dimness, for the wound, which bled Freshly... ... _75 That I might rid me both of him and them. I thought to act a solemn comedy Upon the painted scene of this new world, And to attain my own pecul... ...hould play. That is impossible, and I must be con- tented with an inferior actor.’ The play was accordingly sent to Mr. Harris. He pro- nounced the su... ...ic _210 Should make some losers, and some winners— 45. 45. 45. 45. 45. At conversazioni—balls— Conventicles—and drawi...

................. 22 THE DAEMON OF THE WORLD. .............................................................................................. 26 ALASTOR: OR, THE SPIRIT OF SOLITUDE. .......................................................................... 39 NOTE ON ALASTOR, BY MRS. SHELLEY. ........................................................................................

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