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By: goldenrail Mon, 29 Sep 2008 17:10:10 +0000 Dear Mr. Lessig,
I see you will be one of the speakers at Free Culture Conference 2008. My co-contributer for the Ip’s What’s Up blog is planning to attend. Please do a very good job so that he comes away convinced we should leave our blog on it’s cc by-nc-sa license.
Thank you very much.

By: Ralph Benko Sat, 27 Sep 2008 07:03:52 +0000 remix culture and The Websters’ Dictionary….

go miltownkid!

– The Webster

PS, yes free.

More than free, cc by-nc. Meaning: you can take it and improve on it.

Or even make it worse.

(Thank Lessig.)

If you come by to pick up a copy, hope you do, you’re invited to stop off at the Webster’s Bar & Grill (tab in the nav bar) afterwards, sign in, pull up a chair, start a conversation!

By: Kay Sat, 27 Sep 2008 05:10:57 +0000 @Steve Baba. That’s fascinating. Apparently there is only a trademark on “Merriam-Webster” but not just Webster.

By: Steve Baba Sat, 27 Sep 2008 04:21:41 +0000 Kay: The original Webster died sometime in the 1800s before famous names were trademarked. One can find cheap dictionaries in dollar stores claiming to be “Webster’s.”

By: Kay Sat, 27 Sep 2008 03:24:23 +0000 seems to pose a trademark issue

By: Ian Sat, 27 Sep 2008 00:46:31 +0000 Free! Tthats a great deal. Will check out the book.

By: Peter Rock Fri, 26 Sep 2008 20:02:58 +0000 Sounds interesting and somewhat similar to Shirky’s “Here Comes Everybody”. But unlike HCE, the licensing actually allows teachers to use it in their classroom. I’ll definitely check it out.