This is definitely one of the best presentations on the issue of copyright and user generated content I’ve seen to date. Larry Lessig is the founder of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and also chairs at the Creative Commons organization. The thing that struck me about me in his presentation over a handful of similar presentations I’ve seen in the past is the example of traditional land law vs. airplanes, and how stupid copyright laws are in comparison.
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MyPal: unofficial Melbourne myki mobile app, Omny Studio: enterprise podcast hosting, PTVGlass: Melbourne bus, tram & train timetable on Google Glass, Map2Glass: type and send addresses to Google Glass, SoundGecko: text-to-speech web reader, ChevronWP7: Windows Phone community unlocking, MetroTwit: Twitter app for Windows, Speedo Plus: Windows Phone GPS app, Bing Image Archive: browse daily backgrounds and Windows UI Taskforce: crowdsourced bug tracker.