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Remix: making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy

Author: Lessig, Lawrence Publisher: Penguin Press, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 327 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781594201721Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Remix Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy Contents Preface xiii INTRODUCTION 1 Part I: Cultures 1. CULTURES OF OUR PAST 23 28 31 RW Culture Versus RO Culture Limits in Regulation 2. CULTURES OF OUR FUTURE 3. RO, EXTENDED 34 36 38 40 43 Nature Remade Re-remaking Nature Recoding Us 4. RW, REVIVED 51 53 57 68 76 82 Writing Beyond Words Remixed: Text Remixed: Media The Significance of Remix The Old in the New 5. CULTURES COMPARED 84 84 88 90 97 105 Differences in Value--and "Values" Differences in Value (As in 5) Differences in Value (As in "Is It Any Good?") Differences in Law (As in "Is It Allowed?") Lessons About Cultures Part II: Economies 6. TWO ECONOMIES: COMMERCIAL AND SHARING 117 119 Commercial Economies Three Successes from the Internet's Commercial Economy Three Keys to These Three Successes Little Brother The Character of Commercial Success Sharing Economies Internet Sharing Economies The Paradigm Case: Wikipedia Beyond Wikipedia What Sharing Economies Share 7. HYBRID ECONOMIES 122 128 132 141 143 155 156 162 172 177 179 185 The Paradigm Case: Free Software Beyond Free Software 8. ECONOMY LESSONS 225 225 Parallel Economies Are Possible Tools Help Signal Which Economy a Creator Creates For Crossovers Are Growing Strong Incentives Will Increasingly Drive Commercial Entities to Hybrids Perceptions of Fairness Will in Part Mediate the Hybrid Relationship Between Sharing and Commercial Economies "Sharecropping" Is Not Likely to Become a Term of Praise The Hybrid Can Help Us Decriminalize Youth 226 227 228 231 243 248 Part III: Enabling the Future 9. REFORMING LAW 253 254 260 266 268 271 1. Deregulating Amateur Creativity 2. Clear Title 3. Simplify 4. Decriminalizing the Copy 5. Decriminalizing File Sharing 10. REFORMING US 274 274 276 280 Chilling the Control Freaks Showing Sharing Rediscovering the Limits of Regulation CONCLUSION Acknowledgments Notes Index 289 295 299 319

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