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U-Me Co-Hosts "Distributed Creativity" online forum
Unprecedented initiative weaves together five different email lists on the topic of open culture.
Still Water partnered with New York's art-and-technology powerhouse Eyebeam Atelier to conceive and produce an unprecedented online forum on open culture that spanned six weeks and four continents.



Distributed Creativity wove together correspondents from separate email lists based in California (Creative Commons), New York (Rhizome), Ireland (DATA), India (Sarai), and Australia (Fibreculture) in a global conversation on the future of creativity, intellectual property, and mobile media.

Weekly topics included:
  • Copyleft, Right & Center: Innovations in Law
  • Mobile Creativity: Innovations in Technology
  • Digital Karma: Innovations in Ethics
  • Whose Version: Innovations in Authorship
  • Mod the Market: Innovations in Commerce
U-Me New Media faculty and students participated in every week of the discussion. New Media's ASAP services hosted the project. The project was coordinated by New Media Professor Joline Blais.

View the Web site.

Posted 2005-03-24 23:18:07 by Jon Ippolito
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