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Final stuff.

9. Sum up Lessig’s overall argument. OOK so obviously there are a lot of different aspects of Lessig’s argument, however I have narrowed it down to this: The need for a new “hybrid economy.” The progression of culture relies on … Continue reading

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Blog #12 Lessig and RIP

Besides Lessig himself actually being in the film, Rip, and talking about a lot of the things he talks about in his book, there are a few other things that the particular section of reading and the movie had in … Continue reading

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Blog #11 Sharing vs. Commercial

“There exists not just the commercial economy, which meters access on the simple metric of price, but also a sharing economy, where access to culture is regulated not by price, but by a complex set of social relations.” (147) A … Continue reading

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#10: Remix Culture

Alright first of all I apologize for the lateness on this blog, I caught that terrible horrible bug earlier this week and was bedridden for a few days:( Here’s the remix I picked: I found this particular one interesting because … Continue reading

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Blog 9: Intro to Remix

I think Lessig’s key argument in the introduction of Remix was, if the lawyers of major companies continue to try and wreck what artists or just regular people like Stephanie Lenz are doing, we are going to miss out on … Continue reading

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#8: The end of P.miller

Rhythmic Cinema:: “Whenever you look at an image or listen to a sound, there’s a ruthless logic of selection that you have to go through to simply create a sense of order…..” (79) This is very related to lumping and … Continue reading

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#7: Debourgoing.

Debourgoing makes a lot of different arguments in her piece about hip hop and the LA music scene but the following were what I figured might be most important: 1. “Hip hop by essence is a fertile terrain for transmedia; … Continue reading

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