[d@DCC] Re: RE: Copyright education in schools (Russell McOrmond)
russell at flora.ca
Sat Dec 4 23:55:56 EST 2004
On Sat, 4 Dec 2004, Andy Kaplan-Myrth wrote:
> I love you that suggested a wiki. I'm constantly trying to get our club and
> other students to work with a wiki but people have resisted it. I think
> people who are still getting used to blogs can't handle wikis yet...
You should talk to Marcus to see what he is thinking of with
http://opensourcelaw.ca/ . These students really need to learn the tools
of Peer Production if they want to be a lawyer in this new century.
> It's a very short time to present the ideas, I know. That's the main
You are taking on a huge challenge. I've been living-and-breathing this
stuff since the summer of 2001 and I would never claim to be an "expert"
to the level we need in Canada.
You will be fighting an uphill battle given the deliberate
misinformation that is coming out of special economic interest groups like
Access Copyright, the Recording Industry and many others.
Russell McOrmond, Internet Consultant: <http://www.flora.ca/>
Code is Law: how software code regulates the activities of citizens,
and acts similar to law. How do we ensure transparency/accountability?
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