The Berkman Center is taking a break from public events for the month of August. This is where I met Doc Searls and Arno Grbac during a presentation by Tim Westergren, founder of Pandora. (Find the interview on Manifest N6 )
Here are some of the talks, videos, and podcasts produced at Berkman’s over the last few months. To get you started, here’s a sampling of pieces, many of which are now available in Ogg, a free and open standard for digital media.
-Citizen Media Law Project on “Newsgathering and Privacy – Stay on the Story, Don’t Become the Story!”: Part I: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9d8qonx4AY&eurl. Part II: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWKPYfs5DJI.
-Radio Berkman: NBC vs. the Pirates with members of Carnegie Mellon’s iLab and Journalist/New Media Expert Daisy Whitney: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/podcasts/radioberkman122
-Radio Berkman: Why We Search with Stephen Wolfram: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/podcasts/radioberkman120
-Berkman Luncheon Series: A Discussion Around the Google Book Search Settlement with Alex Macgillivray of Google: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/events/luncheons/2009/07/macgillivray
-Lawrence Lessig on the Google Book Search Settlement – “Settlements: Static goods, dynamic bads: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/events/2009/07/googlelessig
-Life in the shadow of the Google Books Settlement with John Palfrey, Harvard Law School; Maura Marx, Open Knowledge Commons; and Siva Vaidhyanathan, UVA: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/events/2009/07/googleopening
-Orphan Works: What does open access mean? with James Grimmelman, New York Law School; Lewis Hyde, Berkman Center; Phil Malone, Berkman Center; Eric Saltzman, Creative Commons; and Jule Sigall, Microsoft (formerly U.S. Copyright Office, principal drafter “Report on Orphan Works”): http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/events/2009/07/googleorphan