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CLAY SHIRKY ON OPEN SOURCE AND CREATIVE PRACTICE

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in Filmmaking
on Jun 24, 2009

I’ve been slow on the blog and behind on posting my notes on day two of the Open Video Conference because we’re trying to finish the Summer issue and get it off to the printers before the July 4th holiday. It’s our annual “25 New Faces” issue, so it’s a tougher one to pull together than usual. Anyway, one person I won’t be writing about when I get that OVC Day Two post up is keynote speaker Clay Shirky — because he wasn’t there. Travel difficulties derailed his presentation but for those who want to hear him anyway, here’s his talk on open source, activism and creative practice delivered two days before at Upgrade New York. (Hat tip: The Change You Want To See.)

Upgrade NY: Clay Shirky on Forking, Failure, and Open Source (Part 1) from Not An Alternative on Vimeo.

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