REMINDER: Upcoming Talks at World Fair Use Day, Harvard’s Berkman Center.

The first is January 12th, 2010 at the First Annual World Fair Use Day in Washington, DC. I will be going over our community’s work and our projects that fall under, and enhance, fair use principles. I couldn’t be more excited about this one, because after the event, we will have a DIY Book Scanner meetup, which is as far as I know the first meeting of our forum members in real life. I hope to see you there! And perhaps share a cold, fermented beverage or ten…

The second place I’ll be spreading the good DIY word is Harvard’s Berkman Center, on March 23rd. I’m not yet sure of the exact time, but I will update as I know more. The Berkman Center, founded by Charles Nesson (whom I had the pleasure meeting at D is for Digitize) is a real force for freedom and legal sensibility when it comes to the Internet. I couldn’t imagine a better place to talk about our work as a community.

Comment here or in the forums if you can make it to either of these events!

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One Response to REMINDER: Upcoming Talks at World Fair Use Day, Harvard’s Berkman Center.

  1. michebobiche of cakebobake says:

    good luck dear.

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