Bookmarks Related to Research on IP and Open Content

In case anyone is interested, I've exported my Mozilla Firefox bookmarks related to my dissertation research. Note that it does not contain any articles which I have downloaded and saved, although many of those are in the working bibliography. As with the working bibliography, I intend to update this list in the future.


AAU
Task Force on IP Rights--Intellectual Property Title and TOC


ALA--Distance
Education and the TEACH Act


Albanese,
Andrew Richard--Copyright in the Balance: LJ Talks with Lawrence
Lessig


Anti-DMCA--Welcome
to the Anti-DMCA Website


ARL
232: Open Access Builds Momentum


ARL--Digital
Millennium Copyright Act - Status & Analysis TOC


ARL--Press
Release for Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: Subversive
Proposal


Ars
Technica: Comcast offers to buy Disney


Bailey,
Charles--Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography


Banks,
Michael--Amazon.com Opens the Books


Barlow,
John Perry--The Economy of Ideas (wired)


Baron,
Robert--Reconstructing the Public Domain


Becker,
David--Se habla open source? | CNET News.com


Bedford/St.
Martin's - The Bedford Bibliography--Collaborative Learning


Berkman
Center for Internet & Society--Research Publication Series


Bertram
C. Bruce--Home Page


Besser,
Robert--Recent Changes to Copyright


bot
et al--the cost of publishing an electronic


Boudourides,
Moses--Constructivism, Education, Science, and Technology


bowrey
and rimmer--Rip, Mix, Burn: The Politics of Peer to Peer and
Copyright Law


Bricklin,
Dan--Copy Protection Robs The Future


Brollier,
David--Why We Must Talk About the Information Commons


Brown,
Patrick--Vantage Point: Free online scientific journals make sense


Burk,
Dan--transborder ip issues


CALPIRG--expense
of textbooks


Carbone,
Nick--on public domain publishing


Cedergren,
Magnus--Open content and value creation (First Monday)


Collaborative
Learning and Peer Criticism--a Bibliography


commons-blog:
Learning the Commons


Cornell
University Library Issues in Scholarly Communication--Elsevier


Cox,
Brad--Middle of Nowhere


Cox,
Brad--Superdistribution (Wired 2.09)


Cox,
John--Where Are the Industry, the Profession and the Art Headed?


Coyle,
Karen--Copyright in the Digital Age


Crews,
K. --Analysis of MDS Decision


Criticism
of Proposed NII Copyright Protection Act of 1995


Dahlberg,
Lincoln--Computer-Mediated Communication and the Public Sphere


Daniel,
Ben et al--Social Capital in Virtual Learning Communities and
Distributed Communities of Practice


Day,
Michael--Writing in the Matrix: Students Tapping the Living Database
on the Computer Network


Debunking
DMCA myths | CNET News.com


Delgado,
Ray--Facutly Senate approves measure targeting for-profit journal
publishers


DeWitt
Wallace Library - science direct decision


Digital
Future Coalition--DMCA


DMCA--TITLE
17 , CHAPTER 12 , Sec. 1201.


Dyson,
Esther-- Intellectual Value (Wired 3.07:)


Dyson,
Esther--intellectual property on the net


EFF
"Intellectual Property - NII Copyright BIll (1996)"
Archive


EFF:
Who Controls Your Computer?


Elkin-Koren,
Niva--Public/Private and Copyright Reform in Cyberspace


eprints.org
- Home


evans--Who
Owns Ideas? The War Over Global Intellectual Property


Ewing,
John--Copyright and authors


Finkelstein,
Seth--The Devil Is in the Details


Foster,
Ed--Gripelog || E-Books and DRM


Frankel--Seizing
the Moment: Scientists' Authorship Rights in the Digital Age


Gasaway,
Laura N.--Drafting a Faculty Copyright Ownership Policy


Gasaway,
Loly--The New Access Right and Its Impact on Libraries


Georgia
State Univ Library--Internet Resources - Issues in Scholarly
Communication - Georgia State University Library


gilmor--join
the copyright debate


ginsparg--winners
and losers in the global research village


Glasner,
Joanna--Extra! Extra! Read All About You (Wired News)


Goetz,
Thomas--The Eagle Is Grounded


Guernsey,
Lisa--Digging for Nuggets of Wisdom


gutenberg-e

Halbert,
Debora--Computer Technology and Legal Discourse: The Potential for
Modern Communication Technology to Challenge Legal Discourses of
Authorship and Property


Harnard--The
Paper House of Cards


harnard--electronic
scholarly publication


Harnard,
Stevan--Eprints by Stevan Harnad on Online Research Communication
and Open Access


Harper,
Georgia K.--JEP: Copyright Endurance, and Change


Heins--The
Delicate Balance Between Copyright and Free Expression


Henke,
David--Science journal publishers defend profits


Herrington,
TyAnna K--The Unseen "Other" of Intellectual Property Law
(kairos)


I
Also Froth: academic publication on the web


IBM-
- Linux is everywhere


IEEE-USA
Intellectual Property Committee - Digital Millenium Copyright Act
(DMCA)


IFLA
Statement on Open Access to Scholarly Literature and Research
Documentation


information
commons--Economic Orthodoxy and the Information Commons: An
Interview with Michael Perelman (author of Steal this Idea)


Hane,
Paula J.--Cornell and Other University Libraries to Cancel Elsevier
Titles


Hibbitts--Re-assessing
the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace ["Last Writes?",
Version 1.2 - Professor Bernard Hibbitts]


Information
Needs Are Legitimate, Interview with Kay Raseroka, WSIS, First
Phase, Geneva, 10-12 December 2003


Intellectual
Property: Questions and Answers (Kairos)


Jensen,
Michael--The Chronicle: June 23, 2000: E-Books and Retro Glue
Protect the Vested Interests of Publishing


johnson-eilola,
johndan--datacloud


The
Journal of Electronic Publishing


K12OS :: K12
Open Source in Schools


Karjala
, Dennis--Opposing Copyright Extension, Protecting The Public Domain


Kaml,
Craig--Management of Distance Education syllabus with links to
resources


Kennedy,
Donald--Vantage Point: Subscription journals are here to stay


Kling,
Rob et al -- The Guild Model (JEP)


Knowledge
Bridge--Academic Publishing inhibits the Free Flow of Knowledge


Lanham,
Richard--A New Operating System for the Humanities


latchaw
and galin--heterotopic spaces (kairos)


Lessig,
Lawrence--How I Lost the Big One


Litman,
Jessica--class syllabus with links to coypright resources


Litman,
Jessica--Reforming Information Law in Copyright's Image


lloyd
and douglas--digital object identifiers


Loren,
Lydia Pallas--The Purpose of Copyright (Open Spaces Magazine)


Ludlow,
Peter--High Noon on the Electronic Frontier


Lunsford,
Andrea et al--what matters who writes


Lunsford,
Andrea and Susan West--What Matters Who Writes? What Matters Who
Responds?


Lynch,
Clifford--The Battle to Define the Future of the Book in the Digital
World


mayfield--College
Archives 'Dig' Deeper


McCullagh,
Declan--Perspective: The Copyright Conundrum


McDonald,
Robert H. - TEACH Act Resource


Microsoft--Information
Rights Management in Microsoft Office 2003


MIT's
Double-Secret Hidden Agenda


MIT
OpenCourseWare


Moglen,
Eben--Anarchism Triumphant


Moglen,
Eben--Home page


New
Scientist--Freedom fighter


Newitz,
Annalee--Yaar! The music pirates' manifesto.


Ojala,
Marydee--PubSCIENCE Joins the Endangered Species List


Open
Options | Software is like a car


Open
Source Blog (with Karen Lunsford)


Open
Source Software in School Computer Labs


Patrick,
Adams--Reed Elsevier profits jump


Pfaffenberger,
Bryan--Linux in Higher Education: Open Source, Open Minds, Social
Justice


plummer--Consumers,
Digital Technology, and Copyrights


The Public
Domain Enhancement Act (good resource for links on Eldred vs
Ashcroft)


Raymond,
Eric--The Luxury of Ignorance: An Open-Source Horror Story


Russell,
Carrie--Fair Use Under Fire


Samuelson,
Pamela--A Publication List


Schoolforge
News-Journal - Supporting the Schoolforge Coalition


Searls,
Doc and David Weinberger--World of Ends: What the Internet Is and


seebach--Electronic
publishing, usability, and a free lunch: The need for open standards


SciDev.Net--Science
Publishing Quick Guide


Sisler,

Eric--Linux in the Library


sp!ked-IT
| Article | Unleashing the Creative Commons


sp!ked-IT
| Article | Who owns ideas?


sp!ked-IT
| Article | Copyright and wrongs


sp!ked-IT
| Article | Tightening the net


Steele,
Colin--E-prints: the future of scholarly communication?


Stutz,
Michael--Applying Copyleft To Non-Software Information - GNU Project
- Free Software Foundation (FSF)


Stutz,
Michael--Copyleft and the Information Renaissance


Suber,
Peter--The Chronicle: Colloquy Live Transcript on Open Access


Suber,
Peter--Lists Related to Open Access Movement


Suber,
Peter--Valparaiso Declaration for Improved Scientific Communication


Surran,
Michael--Making the Switch to Open Source Software


Thierer,
Adam--On Drawing Lines in Copyright Law - TechKnowledge Newsletter


Tinkerers'
champion (a profile of Edward Felten)


Tuomi,
Ilkka--Internet, Innovation, and Open Source: Actors in the Network


Truscello,
Michael--The Architecture of Information: Open Source Software and
Tactical Poststructuralist Anarchism


Varian--The
Future of Electronic Journals (in JEP)


Vessels,
Terry--Why Open Source in Schools


U.S.
Copyright Office - Copyright Law of the United States and Related
Laws Contained in Title 17 of the United States Code


Warmoth,
Arthur--Social Constructionist Epistemology


Warschauer,
Mark--Reconceptualizing the Digital Divide


Web
Tools Newsletter--Open Access, Content, Publishing, Learning


Webbink,
Mark--Understanding Open Source Software


Wiggins,
Richard--Al Gore and the Creation of the Internet


Willinsky--Copyright
Contradictions in Scholarly Publishing


willinsky--scholarly
associations and the economic viability


Young--'Superarchives'
Could Hold All Scholarly Output: Online collections by institutions
may challenge the role of journal publishers


zestyping:
Cypherpunks and the Creative Commons.