Copyright and the Internet
- ...where it came from
- ...where it is now
- ...where it appears to be going
Doors open 6:30pm, speaker starts 7:30pm
Glyn Moody is a technology writer. He is best known for his book Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution (2001). It describes the evolution and significance of the free software and open source movements with many interviews of all the notable hackers.
He works in London and his writings have appeared in Wired, Computer Weekly, LinuxJournal, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, New Scientist, The Economist and Financial Times, among others.
In 2009, criticism on his blog (The Shame in Spain) against the software education policy of the government of José Luís Rodríguez Zapatero appeared on LinuxToday and had impact in Spanish press.
The typical format is:
- room booked from 1830
- room starts to seriously fill 1900
- speaker starts around 1930, speaks for 35..50 minutes
- break so people can refill with beer
- q&a session for 30..50 minutes
- end formalities, carry on drinking