A few days ago, I gave a keynote speech at DMY Berlin's Copy/Culture Symposium. The subject was the ethics of configurable culture, and the ways in which our cultural norms and expectations are increasingly more complex than -- and in conflict with -- our intellectual property laws.
Although the presentation drew on themes I've discussed in previously published work and presentations, it featured brand new qualitative and quantitative data from a survey I recently fielded with Mark Latonero and Marissa Gluck. My audience was largely design professionals, so I tried to keep the academic jargon to a minimum.
Here's a link to the video:
(Unfortunately, the engineer screwed up and for a few minutes, this video relies on the room microphone instead of my direct mic).
If you'd like to follow along at home, here's a link to my PowerPoint presentation: