Yet another group embraces the free exchange of information. This is heroic. The open revolution is unstoppable; more and more people and groups are recognizing the distinction between information and scarce resources. Those who do not join us will be left in the dust.
- Max Planck Society statement on copyright law and science
- Adam Smith U, Mises Academy, and Educational Utopia
- Jeffrey Tucker, “A Theory of Open”
- Doug French, “The Intellectual Revolution Is in Process“
- Jeffrey Tucker, and “up with iTunes U“
- Kinsella, “Teaching an Online Mises Academy Course”
- Kinsella, “Fifteen Minutes that Changed Libertarian Publishing“
- Gary North, “A Free Week-Long Economics Seminar”
- Kinsella, “Intellectual Freedom and Learning Versus Patent and Copyright” and “How to Slow Economic Progress”
June 2, 2011 · byBarb Murphy
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