[Fsfe-ie] almost self correcting Re: Further to last Tuesdays Meeting (slightly OT)
Paul O'Malley - gnu's not unix -
ompaul at eircom.net
Wed Aug 26 00:45:49 CEST 2009
Paul O'Malley - gnu's not unix - wrote:
> As Bob rightly pointed out there was a discussion about the use of the
> word Technology.
> Also, during the conversation the following book was mentioned:
> ISBN 978-0-521-87928-6
STRIKE > The book is called "Against Intellectual Property".
should of course have read
The Book is called "Against Intellectual Monopoly".
> Authors: Michele Boldrin, and David K. Levine.
> While the subject is not core to this groups being, it is an interesting
> book (so far, I only got it today).
> While I was exploring this area I also came across a small tome (if
> there can be such a thing).
> ISBN 978-0-8018-8540-2
> Michael McKeon's
> The Secret History of Domesticity,
> Public Private and the Division of Knowledge.
> This also again while not core is an interesting study of how we got to
> where we are today. I suppose it appeals to notion that if you don't
> know how you got to where you are, how do you travel forward, or even
> know that the direction you are going in is forward.
> Now if only I could smooth this square I think we might be onto
> something .... Oh someone in Australia patented it a few years ago, I
> guess I will be finishing it in (20 - a few years) years.
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