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Remix Manifesto

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RiP: A remix manifesto, is the first Open Source documentary, in which film maker Brett Gaylor (founder of www.opensourcecinema.org) invites the public to remix his footage in his participatory media experiment. The documentaryexplores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers’. With appearances by Lawrence Lessig, the Creative Commons founder who just published his great new book Remix (also see my previous post about Science Commons) and Cory Doctorow, our favorite blogger over at Boing Boing and writer of the equally great (and freely downloadable) book Content.

Underneath you can find the trailer of the documentary and you can contribute your own mash-up here.

 

 

Update April 6th 2009: you can now watch RIP: A remix Manifesto – version 1.0 – here: http://www.opensourcecinema.org/book/rip-remix-manifesto-1-meet-girl-talk

 

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