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Chapter 1

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 5 min 23 s
Meet Girl Talk. Today we’re going to make a mash-up, find out who Girl Talk is, and why his music holds the key to the future of culture.
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Chapter 2

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 4 min 43 s
Copyright vs Copyleft. Let’s explore the remixers manifesto.
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Chapter 3

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 7 min 2 s
Culture always builds on the past. Did Muddy Waters build on the blues? And did Led Zeppelin build on Muddy Waters? Does Girl Talk need permission to build on all of it?
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Chapter 4

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 3 min 27 s
Asking permission. What would happen if Girl Talk asked permission to sample from the people who own the history of music?
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Chapter 5

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 4 min 49 s
The past tries to control the future. The Internet was not the first technology to disrupt business models. From the printing press to the player piano, one generation is always calling the next a “pirate.
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Chapter 6

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 5 min 50s
Lawrence Lessig gives Brett some advice. Lessig has been traveling the globe for over a decade trying to convince the world to re-think copyright. We asked him for some legal advice.
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Chapter 7

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Open source cinema. Today’s remixers are building a new literacy and they’re leaning on a tradition much older than Girl Talk.
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Chapter 8

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 6 min 6 s
Cory Doctorow and the King of Remix. Walt Disney, the biggest remixer of all, built an empire from remixing fairy tales from the public domain. Why can’t we do to Mickey Mouse what Walt did to the Brothers Grimm?
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Chapter 9

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 6 min 24 s
Culture jam! Remixers are fighting back. Meet Negativland, the original Culture Jammers.
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Chapter 10

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 8 min 38 s
Our culture is becoming less free. In the US, copyright laws are allowing record companies to sue preachers, single moms and even dead people. My country – Canada – is being pressured to adopt this approach to intellectual property. Is yours?
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Chapter 11

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 8 min 56 s
Radio Head – Paris Hilton – Girl Talk. The Internet may be a highway of piracy for some, but not for many musicians. It is providing them access to a whole world of fans. The music industry is evolving, and in the process, providing a road map for all areas of our culture.
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Chapter 12

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 15 min 43 s
Open Source art in Brazil. Do we have to beg permission to build on the past? In Brazil, a balance has been struck between intellectual property and the public domain.
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Chapter 13

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Brett Gaylor, 2008, 7 min 30 s
The Revolution will be digitized. We could all learn a little from the Mouse Liberation Front. The future is ours!
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