The greed breaks the sack, the first legal advice service specialised in the liberation of all citizens and creators from the abuses of societies of authors and composers (like SGAE in Spain) and other trade groups of the cultural industry, has recently published a really interesting and instructive manifest in favour of a free culture of citizens who share, […]

Working for

Last week I started working (earning money :-P) for, a dot-com company which develops a social networking website with the same name about sports. It looks like my future is bound to the social web… or perhaps the Internet is what is bound to the social web. The site is powered by Plone, IMHO, […]

Back from the Intellectual Property

I’m finally back from the “Unlearning the Intellectual Property” University course at Cáceres. I attended as a speaker to the course, but I felt more like a student, because I’ve learnt a lot from the wise (seriously) people I’ve met. The History of Copyright, the University Intellectual Copyright System, Sharing vs. Competing, Journalism 2.0 and […]

Unlearning the Intellectual Property

This week I’m attending a summer course with this name in Cáceres, Spain. The course covers topics like New Technologies’ role inside a collaborative sharing and learning community, legal bits of copyleft and copyright or free as in beer knowledge. I’m going to speak the following Thursday (tomorrow morning) about Alqua, the famous community targeted […]