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@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
{ @ Barnes & Noble}http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?isbn=0441014151
@make:
- :headings: none; none; PART; Chapter;
+ :headings: none; PART; none; Chapter;
:breaks: new=:A,:B; break=:C,1
:home_button_image: {accelerando_stross.png }http://www.accelerando.org/
:footer: {Accelerando}http://www.accelerando.org/; {Charles Stross}http://www.antipope.org/charlie/
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index 381fae1..55049a0 100644
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@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
@rights:
:copyright: Copyright (C) 2005 Eric von Hippel. Exclusive rights to publish and sell this book in print form in English are licensed to The MIT Press. All other rights are reserved by the author. An electronic version of this book is available under a Creative Commons license.
- :license: Creative Commons US Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license 2.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/legalcode Some Rights Reserved. You are free to copy, distribute, display and perform the work, under the following conditions: Attribution, you must give the original author credit; you may not use this work for commercial purposes; No Derivative Works, you may not alter, transform, or build-upon this work. For reuse or distribution you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. Any conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. Your fair use and other rights are in no way affected by the above.
+ :license: Creative Commons US Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license 2.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/legalcode Some Rights Reserved. You are free to copy, distribute, display and perform the work, under the following conditions: Attribution, you must give the original author credit; you may not use this work for commercial purposes; No Derivative Works, you may not alter, transform, or build-upon this work. For reuse or distribution you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. Any conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. Your fair use and other rights are in no way affected by the above.
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:topic_register: SiSU markup sample:book:discourse;book:discourse:innovation|democracy|open source software;innovation;technological innovations:economic aspects;diffusion of innovations;democracy;open source software:innovation
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
:oclc: 56880369
% HC79.T4H558 2005
-% 338'.064-dc22 2004061060
+% 338'.064-dc22 2004061060
@links:
{ Democratizing Innovation }http://web.mit.edu/evhippel/www/democ1.htm
@@ -421,7 +421,7 @@ Add book retrieval instructions for staff and patrons
Add fast access key commands
Add CD ROM System backup
-Add multilingual search formats <:br>Add key word searches (2)
+Add multilingual search formats \\ key word searches (2)
Add book access control based on copyright
Add topic linking and subject access
@@ -618,10 +618,10 @@ p < 0.001
}table
-Source: Franke and Shah 2003, table 3.<:br>
-a. All values are means; n = 60.<:br>
-b. All values are means; n = 129.<:br>
-c. Two-tailed t-tests for independent samples.<:br>
+Source: Franke and Shah 2003, table 3. \\
+a. All values are means; n = 60. \\
+b. All values are means; n = 129. \\
+c. Two-tailed t-tests for independent samples. \\
d. Rated on seven-point scale, with 1 = very accurate and 7 = not accurate at all. Two-tailed t-tests for independent samples.
!_ Innovation among Hospital Surgeons
@@ -735,7 +735,7 @@ No focus on specific riding ability
}table
-Source: Lüthje,Herstatt, and vonHippel 2002. This table includes the 111 users in the study sample who had ideas for improvements to mountain biking equipment. (Of these, 61 had actually gone on to build the equipment they envisioned.) Many of these users reported experience in more than one category of activity, so the sum in each column is higher than 111.
+Source: Lüthje,Herstatt, and vonHippel 2002. This table includes the 111 users in the study sample who had ideas for improvements to mountain biking equipment. (Of these, 61 had actually gone on to build the equipment they envisioned.) Many of these users reported experience in more than one category of activity, so the sum in each column is higher than 111.
!_ Evidence from Studies of Market Segmentation
@@ -1537,9 +1537,9 @@ Sports equipment^{d}^
}table
-a. Source: von Hippel 1988, appendix: GC, TEM, NMR Innovations.<:br>
-b. Source: Riggs and von Hippel, Esca and AES.<:br>
-c. Source: von Hippel 1988, appendix: Semiconductor and pultrusion process equipment innovations.<:br>
+a. Source: von Hippel 1988, appendix: GC, TEM, NMR Innovations. \\
+b. Source: Riggs and von Hippel, Esca and AES. \\
+c. Source: von Hippel 1988, appendix: Semiconductor and pultrusion process equipment innovations. \\
d. Source: Shah 2000, appendix A: skateboarding, snowboarding, and windsurfing innovations.
!_ Innovation Communities
@@ -2124,7 +2124,7 @@ Fit with existing strategic plan a
}table
-Source: Lilien et al. 2002, table 1.<:br>
+Source: Lilien et al. 2002, table 1. \\
a. Rated on a scale from 1 to 10.
Note that the sales data for both the LU and non-LU projects are forecasts. To what extent can we rely on these? We explored this matter by collecting both forecast and actual sales data from five 3M division controllers. (Division controllers are responsible for authorizing new product-development investment expenditures.) We also obtained data from a 1995 internal study that compared 3M's sales forecasts with actual sales. We combined this information to develop a distribution of forecast errors for a number of 3M divisions, as well as overall forecast errors across the entire corporation. Those errors range from forecast/actual of +30 percent (over-forecast) to --13 percent (underforecast). On the basis of the information just described, and in consultation with 3M management, we deflated all sales forecast data by 25 percent. That deflator is consistent with 3M's historical experience and, we think, provides conservative sales forecasts.~{ In the general literature, Armstrong's (2001) review on forecast bias for new product introduction indicates that sales forecasts are generally optimistic, but that that upward bias decreases as the magnitude of the sales forecast increases. Coller and Yohn (1998) review the literature on bias in accuracy of management earnings forecasts and find that little systematic bias occurs. Tull's (1967) model calculates $15 million in revenue as a level above which forecasts actually become pessimistic on average. We think it reasonable to apply the same deflator to LU vs. non-LU project sales projections. Even if LU project personnel were for some reason more likely to be optimistic with respect to such projections than non-LU project personnel, that would not significantly affect our findings. Over 60 percent of the total dollar value of sales forecasts made for LU projects were actually made by personnel not associated with those projects (outside consulting firms or business analysts from other divisions). }~ Deflated data appear in table 10.1 and in the following tables.
@@ -2156,7 +2156,9 @@ Source: Lilien et al. 2002, table 2.
To illustrate what the major product line innovations that the LU process teams generated at 3M were like, I briefly describe four (one is not described for 3M proprietary reasons):
-_* A new approach to the prevention of infections associated with surgical operations. The new approach replaced the traditional "one size fits all" approach to infection prevention with a portfolio of patient-specific measures based on each patient's individual biological susceptibilities. This innovation involved new product lines plus related business and strategy innovations made by the team to bring this new approach to market successfully and profitably. _* Electronic test and communication equipment for telephone field repair workers that pioneered the inclusion of audio, video, and remote data access capabilities. These capabilities enabled physically isolated workers to carry out their problem-solving work as a virtual team with co-workers for the first time.
+_* A new approach to the prevention of infections associated with surgical operations. The new approach replaced the traditional "one size fits all" approach to infection prevention with a portfolio of patient-specific measures based on each patient's individual biological susceptibilities. This innovation involved new product lines plus related business and strategy innovations made by the team to bring this new approach to market successfully and profitably.
+
+_* Electronic test and communication equipment for telephone field repair workers that pioneered the inclusion of audio, video, and remote data access capabilities. These capabilities enabled physically isolated workers to carry out their problem-solving work as a virtual team with co-workers for the first time.
_* A new approach, implemented via novel equipment, to the application of commercial graphics films that cut the time of application from 48 hours to less than 1 hour. (Commercial graphics films are used, for example, to cover entire truck trailers, buses, and other vehicles with advertising or decorative graphics.) The LU team's solutions involved technical innovations plus related channel and business model changes to help diffuse the innovation rapidly.
@@ -2249,8 +2251,8 @@ Fit with strategic plan^{a}^
}table
-Source: Lilien et al. 2002, table 4.<:br>
-a. Measured on a scale from 1 to 10.<:br>
+Source: Lilien et al. 2002, table 4. \\
+a. Measured on a scale from 1 to 10. \\
b. Five-year sales forecasts for all major product lines commercialized in 1994 or later (5 LU and 2 non-LU major product lines) have been deflated by 25% in line with 3M historical forecast error experience (see text). Five-year sales figures for major product lines commercialized before 1994 are actual historical sales data. This data has been converted to 1999 dollars using the Consumer Price Index from the Economic Report of the President (Council of Economic Advisors 2000).
!_ Discussion
@@ -3086,4 +3088,4 @@ Winter, S. G., and G. Szulanski. 2001. "Replication as Strategy." /{Organization
Young, G., K. G. Smith, and C. M. Grimm. 1996. "Austrian and Industrial Organization Perspectives on Firm Level Competitive Activity and Performance." /{Organization Science}/ 7, no. 3: 243--254.
-%% index di.eric_von_hippel_index.txt democratizing_innovation.eric_von_hippel_index.txt
+%% index di.eric_von_hippel_index.txt democratizing_innovation.eric_von_hippel_index.txt
diff --git a/data/samples/generic/down_and_out_in_the_magic_kingdom.cory_doctorow.sst b/data/samples/generic/down_and_out_in_the_magic_kingdom.cory_doctorow.sst
index fd04105..0be8b68 100644
--- a/data/samples/generic/down_and_out_in_the_magic_kingdom.cory_doctorow.sst
+++ b/data/samples/generic/down_and_out_in_the_magic_kingdom.cory_doctorow.sst
@@ -31,87 +31,88 @@
{ @ Barnes & Noble }http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Down-and-Out-in-the-Magic-Kingdom/Cory-Doctorow/e/9780765309532
@make:
+% :headings: none; none; none; CHAPTER;
:breaks: new=:C; break=1
:home_button_text: {Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom}http://craphound.com/down; {Cory Doctorow}http://www.doctorow.com
:footer: {Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom}http://craphound.com/down; {Cory Doctorow}http://www.doctorow.com
:A~ @title @author
-1~blurbs Blurbs:
+1~blurbs Blurbs: ~#
-He sparkles! He fizzes! He does backflips and breaks the furniture! Science fiction needs Cory Doctorow!
+He sparkles! He fizzes! He does backflips and breaks the furniture! Science fiction needs Cory Doctorow! ~#
-Bruce Sterling
+Bruce Sterling ~#
-Author, /{The Hacker Crackdown}/ and /{Distraction}/
+Author, /{The Hacker Crackdown}/ and /{Distraction}/ ~#
-In the true spirit of Walt Disney, Doctorow has ripped a part of our common culture, mixed it with a brilliant story, and burned into our culture a new set of memes that will be with us for a generation at least.
+In the true spirit of Walt Disney, Doctorow has ripped a part of our common culture, mixed it with a brilliant story, and burned into our culture a new set of memes that will be with us for a generation at least. ~#
-Lawrence Lessig
+Lawrence Lessig ~#
-Author, /{The Future of Ideas}/
+Author, /{The Future of Ideas}/ ~#
-Cory Doctorow doesn't just write about the future&nbsp;–&nbsp;I think he lives there. Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom isn't just a really good read, it's also, like the best kind of fiction, a kind of guide book. See the Tomorrowland of Tomorrow today, and while you're there, why not drop by Frontierland, and the Haunted Mansion as well? (It's the Mansion that's the haunted heart of this book.) Cory makes me feel nostalgic for the future&nbsp;–&nbsp;a dizzying, yet rather pleasant sensation, as if I'm spiraling down the tracks of Space Mountain over and over again. Visit the Magic Kingdom and live forever!
+Cory Doctorow doesn't just write about the future&nbsp;–&nbsp;I think he lives there. Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom isn't just a really good read, it's also, like the best kind of fiction, a kind of guide book. See the Tomorrowland of Tomorrow today, and while you're there, why not drop by Frontierland, and the Haunted Mansion as well? (It's the Mansion that's the haunted heart of this book.) Cory makes me feel nostalgic for the future&nbsp;–&nbsp;a dizzying, yet rather pleasant sensation, as if I'm spiraling down the tracks of Space Mountain over and over again. Visit the Magic Kingdom and live forever! ~#
-Kelly Link
+Kelly Link ~#
-Author, /{Stranger Things Happen}/
+Author, /{Stranger Things Happen}/ ~#
-Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom is the most entertaining and exciting science fiction story I've read in the last few years. I love page-turners, especially when they are as unusual as this novel. I predict big things for Down and Out—it could easily become a breakout genre-buster.
+Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom is the most entertaining and exciting science fiction story I've read in the last few years. I love page-turners, especially when they are as unusual as this novel. I predict big things for Down and Out—it could easily become a breakout genre-buster. ~#
-Mark Frauenfelder
+Mark Frauenfelder ~#
-Contributing Editor, /{Wired Magazine}/
+Contributing Editor, /{Wired Magazine}/ ~#
-Imagine you woke up one day and Walt Disney had taken over the world. Not only that, but money's been abolished and somebody's developed the Cure for Death. Welcome to the Bitchun Society—and make sure you're strapped in tight, because it's going to be a wild ride. In a world where everyone's wishes can come true, one man returns to the original, crumbling city of dreams—Disney World. Here in the spiritual center of the Bitchun Society he struggles to find and preserve the original, human face of the Magic Kingdom against the young, post-human and increasingly alien inheritors of the Earth. Now that any experience can be simulated, human relationships become ever more fragile; and to Julius, the corny, mechanical ghosts of the Haunted Mansion have come to seem like a precious link to a past when we could tell the real from the simulated, the true from the false.
+Imagine you woke up one day and Walt Disney had taken over the world. Not only that, but money's been abolished and somebody's developed the Cure for Death. Welcome to the Bitchun Society—and make sure you're strapped in tight, because it's going to be a wild ride. In a world where everyone's wishes can come true, one man returns to the original, crumbling city of dreams—Disney World. Here in the spiritual center of the Bitchun Society he struggles to find and preserve the original, human face of the Magic Kingdom against the young, post-human and increasingly alien inheritors of the Earth. Now that any experience can be simulated, human relationships become ever more fragile; and to Julius, the corny, mechanical ghosts of the Haunted Mansion have come to seem like a precious link to a past when we could tell the real from the simulated, the true from the false. ~#
-Cory Doctorow—cultural critic, Disneyphile, and ultimate Early Adopter—uses language with the reckless confidence of the Beat poets. Yet behind the dazzling prose and vibrant characters lie ideas we should all pay heed to. The future rushes on like a plummeting roller coaster, and it's hard to see where we're going. But at least with this book Doctorow has given us a map of the park.
+Cory Doctorow—cultural critic, Disneyphile, and ultimate Early Adopter—uses language with the reckless confidence of the Beat poets. Yet behind the dazzling prose and vibrant characters lie ideas we should all pay heed to. The future rushes on like a plummeting roller coaster, and it's hard to see where we're going. But at least with this book Doctorow has given us a map of the park. ~#
-Karl Schroeder
+Karl Schroeder ~#
-Author, /{Permanence}/
+Author, /{Permanence}/ ~#
-Cory Doctorow is the most interesting new SF writer I've come across in years. He starts out at the point where older SF writers' speculations end. It's a distinct pleasure to give him some Whuffie.
+Cory Doctorow is the most interesting new SF writer I've come across in years. He starts out at the point where older SF writers' speculations end. It's a distinct pleasure to give him some Whuffie. ~#
-Rudy Rucker
+Rudy Rucker ~#
-Author, /{Spaceland}/
+Author, /{Spaceland}/ ~#
-Cory Doctorow rocks! I check his blog about ten times a day, because he's always one of the first to notice a major incursion from the social-technological-pop-cultural future, and his voice is a compelling vehicle for news from the future. Down and Out in The Magic Kingdom is about a world that is visible in its outlines today, if you know where to look, from reputation systems to peer-to-peer adhocracies. Doctorow knows where to look, and how to word-paint the rest of us into the picture.
+Cory Doctorow rocks! I check his blog about ten times a day, because he's always one of the first to notice a major incursion from the social-technological-pop-cultural future, and his voice is a compelling vehicle for news from the future. Down and Out in The Magic Kingdom is about a world that is visible in its outlines today, if you know where to look, from reputation systems to peer-to-peer adhocracies. Doctorow knows where to look, and how to word-paint the rest of us into the picture. ~#
-Howard Rheingold
+Howard Rheingold ~#
-Author, /{Smart Mobs}/
+Author, /{Smart Mobs}/ ~#
-Doctorow is more than just a sick mind looking to twist the perceptions of those whose realities remain uncorrupted - though that should be enough recommendation to read his work. /{Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom}/ is black comedic, sci-fi prophecy on the dangers of surrendering our consensual hallucination to the regime. Fun to read, but difficult to sleep afterwards.
+Doctorow is more than just a sick mind looking to twist the perceptions of those whose realities remain uncorrupted - though that should be enough recommendation to read his work. /{Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom}/ is black comedic, sci-fi prophecy on the dangers of surrendering our consensual hallucination to the regime. Fun to read, but difficult to sleep afterwards. ~#
-Douglas Rushkoff
+Douglas Rushkoff ~#
-Author of /{Cyberia}/ and /{Media Virus!}/
+Author of /{Cyberia}/ and /{Media Virus!}/ ~#
-“Wow! Disney imagineering meets nanotechnology, the reputation economy, and Ray Kurzweil's transhuman future. As much fun as Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash, and as packed with mind bending ideas about social changes cascading from the frontiers of science.”
+“Wow! Disney imagineering meets nanotechnology, the reputation economy, and Ray Kurzweil's transhuman future. As much fun as Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash, and as packed with mind bending ideas about social changes cascading from the frontiers of science.” ~#
-Tim O'Reilly
+Tim O'Reilly ~#
-Publisher and Founder, O'Reilly and Associates
+Publisher and Founder, O'Reilly and Associates ~#
-Doctorow has created a rich and exciting vision of the future, and then wrote a page-turner of a story in it. I couldn't put the book down.
+Doctorow has created a rich and exciting vision of the future, and then wrote a page-turner of a story in it. I couldn't put the book down. ~#
-Bruce Schneier
+Bruce Schneier ~#
-Author, /{Secrets and Lies}/
+Author, /{Secrets and Lies}/ ~#
-Cory Doctorow is one of our best new writers: smart, daring, savvy, entertaining, ambitious, plugged-in, and as good a guide to the wired world of the twenty-first century that stretches out before us as you're going to find.
+Cory Doctorow is one of our best new writers: smart, daring, savvy, entertaining, ambitious, plugged-in, and as good a guide to the wired world of the twenty-first century that stretches out before us as you're going to find. ~#
-Gardner Dozois
+Gardner Dozois ~#
-Editor, /{Asimov's SF}/
+Editor, /{Asimov's SF}/ ~#
-Cory Doctorow's “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom” tells a gripping, fast-paced story that hinges on thought-provoking extrapolation from today's technical realities. This is the sort of book that captures and defines the spirit of a turning point in human history when our tools remake ourselves and our world.
+Cory Doctorow's “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom” tells a gripping, fast-paced story that hinges on thought-provoking extrapolation from today's technical realities. This is the sort of book that captures and defines the spirit of a turning point in human history when our tools remake ourselves and our world. ~#
-Mitch Kapor
+Mitch Kapor ~#
-Founder, Lotus, Inc., co-founder Electronic Frontier Foundation
+Founder, Lotus, Inc., co-founder Electronic Frontier Foundation ~#
1~prologue PROLOGUE
diff --git a/data/samples/generic/for_the_win.cory_doctorow.sst b/data/samples/generic/for_the_win.cory_doctorow.sst
index 02e7041..5e25761 100644
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+++ b/data/samples/generic/for_the_win.cory_doctorow.sst
@@ -30,6 +30,7 @@
{ @ Barnes & Noble }http://search.barnesandnoble.com/For-the-Win/Cory-Doctorow/e/9780765322166
@make:
+% :headings: none; none; none; scene #;
:num_top: 1
:breaks: new=:C; break=1
:home_button_text: {For the Win}http://craphound.com/ftw; {Cory Doctorow}http://www.doctorow.com
diff --git a/data/samples/generic/free_as_in_freedom_2.richard_stallman_and_the_free_software_revolution.sam_williams.richard_stallman.sst b/data/samples/generic/free_as_in_freedom_2.richard_stallman_and_the_free_software_revolution.sam_williams.richard_stallman.sst
index d28b9f2..529f42e 100644
--- a/data/samples/generic/free_as_in_freedom_2.richard_stallman_and_the_free_software_revolution.sam_williams.richard_stallman.sst
+++ b/data/samples/generic/free_as_in_freedom_2.richard_stallman_and_the_free_software_revolution.sam_williams.richard_stallman.sst
@@ -23,6 +23,7 @@
{ @ Barnes & Noble }http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?isbn=0596002874
@make:
+% :headings: none; none; none; Chapter;
:breaks: new=:A,:B,:C,1
:home_button_text: {Free as in Freedom 2.0}http://stallman.org/; {Free Software Foundation}http://www.fsf.org
:footer: {Free as in Freedom 2.0}http://stallman.org/; {Free Software Foundation}http://www.fsf.org
@@ -1152,7 +1153,7 @@ At first, the other hackers continued spending some of their time at MIT, and co
On March 16, 1982, a date Stallman remembers well because it was his birthday, Symbolics executives ended the gentleman's agreement. The motive was to attack LMI. LMI had fewer hackers, and fewer staff in general, so the Symbolics executives thought that LMI was getting the main benefit of sharing the system improvements. By ending the sharing of system code, they hoped to wipe out LMI. So they decided to enforce the letter of the license. Instead of contributing their improvements to the MIT version of the system, which LMI could use, they provided MIT with a copy of the Symbolics version of the system for users at MIT to run. Anyone using it would provide the service of testing only to Symbolics, and if he made improvements, most likely they too would only be useful for Symbolics.
As the person responsible (with help from Greenblatt for the first couple of months) for keeping up the lab's Lisp Machine system, Stallman was incensed. The Symbolics hackers had left the system code with hundreds of half-made changes that caused errors. Viewing this announcement as an "ultimatum," he retaliated by disconnecting Symbolics' microwave communications link to the laboratory. He then vowed never to work on a Symbolics machine, and pledged to continue the development of MIT's system so as to defend LMI from Symbolics. "The way I saw it, the AI Lab was a neutral country, like Belgium in World War II," Stallman says. "If Germany invades Belgium, Belgium declares war on Germany and sides with Britain and France."
-% ={DARPA;Greenblat, Richard;LISP programming language:operating system for+4;MACLISP language;McCarthy, John;Project MAC;Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory}
+={DARPA;Greenblat, Richard;LISP programming language:operating system for+4;MACLISP language;McCarthy, John;Project MAC;Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory}
When Symbolics executives noticed that their latest features were still appearing in the MIT Lisp Machine system and, by extension, the LMI Lisp machine, they were not pleased. Stallman knew what copyright law required, and was rewriting the features from scratch.He took advantage of the opportunity to read the source code Symbolics supplied to MIT, so as to understand the problems and fixes, and then made sure to write his changes in a totally different way. But the Symbolics executives didn't believe this. They installed a "spy" program on Stallman's computer terminal looking for evidence against him. However, when they took their case to MIT administration, around the start of 1983, they had little evidence to present: a dozen places in the sources where both versions had been changed and appeared similar.
={Brain Makers: Genius, Ego, and Greed in the Quest for Machines that Think, The Newquist;Newquist, Harvey}
diff --git a/data/samples/generic/free_culture.lawrence_lessig.sst b/data/samples/generic/free_culture.lawrence_lessig.sst
index f51bb5a..b41f064 100644
--- a/data/samples/generic/free_culture.lawrence_lessig.sst
+++ b/data/samples/generic/free_culture.lawrence_lessig.sst
@@ -404,7 +404,7 @@ The arguments in favor of requiring permission will sound surprisingly familiar.
={Disney, Walt+1;images, ownership of+4}
On the other side was an argument that should be familiar, as well. Sure, there may be something of value being used. But citizens should have the right to capture at least those images that stand in public view. (Louis Brandeis, who would become a Supreme Court Justice, thought the rule should be different for images from private spaces.~{ Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis, "The Right to Privacy," /{Harvard Law Review}/ 4 (1890): 193. }~) It may be that this means that the photographer gets something for nothing. Just as Disney could take inspiration from /{Steamboat Bill, Jr.}/ or the Brothers Grimm, the photographer should be free to capture an image without compensating the source.
-={Brandeis, Louis;Steamboat Bill, Jr.;carmera technology+2}
+={Brandeis, Louis;Steamboat Bill, Jr.;camera technology+2}
Fortunately for Mr. Eastman, and for photography in general, these early decisions went in favor of the pirates. In general, no permission would be required before an image could be captured and shared with others. Instead, permission was presumed. Freedom was the default. (The law would eventually craft an exception for famous people: commercial photographers who snap pictures of famous people for commercial purposes have more restrictions than the rest of us. But in the ordinary case, the image can be captured without clearing the rights to do the capturing.~{ See Melville B. Nimmer, "The Right of Publicity," /{Law and Contemporary Problems}/ 19 (1954): 203; William L. Prosser, "Privacy," /{California Law Review}/ 48 (1960) 398-407; /{White v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc.,}/ 971 F. 2d 1395 (9th Cir. 1992), cert. denied, 508 U.S. 951 (1993). }~)
@@ -2109,7 +2109,7 @@ Likewise, when the other side says, "File sharing is just like walking into a To
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But it is not quite stealing from Tower. After all, when I take a CD from Tower Records, Tower has one less CD to sell. And when I take a CD from Tower Records, I get a bit of plastic and a cover, and something to show on my shelves. (And, while we're at it, we could also note that when I take a CD from Tower Records, the maximum fine that might be imposed on me, under California law, at least, is $1,000. According to the RIAA, by contrast, if I download a ten-song CD, I'm liable for $1,500,000 in damages.)
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The point is not that it is as neither side describes. The point is that it is both - both as the RIAA describes it and as Kazaa describes it. It is a chimera. And rather than simply denying what the other side asserts, we need to begin to think about how we should respond to this chimera. What rules should govern it?
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