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  • 1. Does Information Really Want to be Free? debating access and openness in the digital landscapeimages by: scorp84 & sjairo bd @ ickr 1 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009

2. On the one hand information wants to be expensive,because it's so valuable. The right information in the rightplace just changes your life. On the other hand,information wants to be free, because the cost of getting itout is getting lower and lower all the time. So you havethese two ghting against each other. image by nsobject @ ickr 2 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 3. I believe that all generally useful information should be free. By 'free' I am not referring to price, but rather to the freedom to copy the information and to adapt it to one's own uses... When information is generally useful, redistributing it makes humanity wealthier no matter who is distributing and no matter who is receiving.image by maneo @ ickr 3 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 4. Information wants to be free. image by monkeyc @ ickr 4 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 5. The opposite of a free culture is a permission culturea culture in which creators get to create only with the permission of the powerful, or of creators from the past.5 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 6. web 2.0 social networking | remix culture6 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 7. image: clappstar @ ickr 7 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 8. image by dawn endico @ ickr 8 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 9. permission culture locked-up, chained-up, hoardedimages by: thomas hawk & kenn wilson @ ickr9 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 10. open accessimage: kazee @ ickr10 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 11. freedom images by: daveybot @ ickr & mohan.m. @ ickr11 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 12. Indigenous claims alternatives to free/permission culture binary 12 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 13. Tennant Creek13 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 14. 14 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 15. Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 15 16. museum projects old & new collections and exhibitions 16 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 17. Behind the Scenes virtual repatriation & knowledge management17 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 18. Warumungu system of accountabilitygender country connectionOPENCLOSEDritual afliations family relationsdeath of kin ancestral relations18 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 19. permission culture image: twon @ ickr 19 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 20. 20 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 21. 21 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 22. 22 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 23. 23 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 24. 24 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 25. 25 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 26. an analog informationmanagementsystemle cabinet at the Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre in Tennant Creekphoto by Kimberly Christen Feb. 200626 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 27. Digital version of already-existing system Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 27 28. Archive installed in the Warumungu community in Central Australia August 2007 mukurtu website @ www.mukurtuarchive.orgonline archive demo @ http://demo.mukurtuarchive.org Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 28 29. step 1: upload (single/batch) Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 29 30. step 2: metadata + narratives Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 30 31. step 3: sharing protocols Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 31 32. set restrictions = determines access Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 32 33. step 4: added to archive Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 33 34. individual relationsextensive user prole system Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 34 35. mini-archive =my family items Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 35 36. pop-up warnings Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 36 37. community-driven features Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 37 38. image: nuno ibra @ ickr 38 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 39. Mukurtua safe keeping place dilly bag: South Australian Museum collection39 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 40. alternatives beyond free/permission cultureimages by: mag3737 & darwin bell @ ickr40 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009 41. thank youwww.kimberlychristen.com 41 Kimberly Christen | kachristen@wsu.edu | Does Information Really Want to be Free? | UCLA | GSEIS Guest Lecture | 01.28. 2009