[ba-unrev-talk] Fwd: [PORT-L] Lessig & Valenti on "Creativity, Commerce & Culture" (fwd)
>From: Mary Keeler <mkeeler@U.WASHINGTON.EDU>
>Something some of us may want to attend (virtually or actually), at the
>end of this month? Thanks, David. --MK
>News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
>from across the Community
>November 21, 2001
> CREATIVITY, COMMERCE & CULTURE: LESSIG VS. VALENTI
> Nov. 29: Annenberg School of Communications, Los Angeles
> >From: "Stacey Mewborn" <email@example.com>
> >To: <@centerpd.org;>
> >Subject: Lawrence Lessig & Jack Valenti to speak on "Creativity,
> >Commerce & Culture" 11/29/01 at USC
> >Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 10:32:43 -0500
>CREATIVITY, COMMERCE & CULTURE: LESSIG VS. VALENTI
>In the new digital environment, what impact do intellectual property
>rights have on innovation and creativity?
>Do copyrights and patents hamper or enhance artistic life? How is our
>creative culture being shaped by changes in law and technology?
>You are invited to join a spirited exchange between Jack Valenti,
>president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Lawrence
>Lessig, Stanford University Law professor and author of The Future of
>Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World, on Thursday,
>November 29, 2001, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. at the Annenberg School for
>Communication, University of Southern California.
>Thursday, November 29, 2001, 5:00 - 6:30 pm
>Reception immediately following debate.
>Annenberg School for Communication
>University of Southern California
>3502 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281
>To reserve seating, call 213-740-5658 or email
><mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>email@example.com. This event is free and
>open to the public.
>For those interested but not able to attend in person, the event will
>also feature a live webcast and bulletin board discussion. For more
>Enter campus at Gate 6 located on Vermont Ave. & 36th Place.
>Look for Annenberg Event signs from the parking structure to the
>Parking at USC is $6. For more parking information and directions
>The event is co-sponsored by USC Annenberg's Norman Lear Center and
>by the Center for the Public Domain, a Durham, North Carolina-based
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