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21 Jun

The Critical Power of Free Software: from Intellectual Property to Epistemologies?

Edited by: Maurizio Teli and Vincenzo D’Andrea From the perspective of social organization, Free Software can be conceived as a form of critique by adaptability and modifiability, as pointed out by anthropologist Christopher Kelty [Two Bits, 2008], standing outside institutionalized forms of power and providing working alternatives as critical tools.

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01 Jun

Expanding the frontiers of hacking

Deadline: July 20, 2011 Bio-punks, open hardware, and hackerspaces Edited by: Johan Söderberg and Alessandro Delfanti Call: 500-word abstract Both theoretical and empirical contributions accepted During the past two decades, hacking has c buy viagra super active hiefly been associated with software development. This is now changing as new walks

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