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50 most recently added files index

Free Range Library indexes last updated 15:41, 28/06/2018

This form allows you to search the resource IDs and resource titles of the files in the Free Range Library. If a full match to a key cannot be found, a list of partial matches is returned.

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Free and Open Source Hard/Software and Gnu/Linux

The "Free and Open Source Hard/Software and Gnu/Linux" library section is an archive of information related to the use of free and open source hardware/software, and the reuse of of technology, and more importantly the over-arching issue of intellectual property rights and the economic/political control of society's means of communication and production.

This is the '30 most recently added' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by the publication date, click here. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here.

Free Range Library indexes last updated 15:41, 28/06/2018

30 most recently added files reverse-ordered by date:

'darimini2007'
16/10/2014
A Handbook for Coding Cultures, d/Lux/MediaArts & Campbelltown Arts Centre, March 2007

'pearce2012'
15/10/2014
Open Source Research in Sustainability, Sustainability: The Journal of Record, vol.5 no.4 pp.238-243, August 2012

'pearce2010'
15/10/2014
Open Design-Based Strategies to Enhance Appropriate Technology Development, NCIAA 14th Annual Conference, March 2010

'fireeye2014'
04/09/2014
Cybersecurity's Maginot Line: A Real-World Assessment of the Defense-in-Depth Model, FireEye/Mandiant, May 2014

'yan2000'
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The memorability and security of passwords – some empirical results, University of Cambridge, September 2000

'weberkoomey2010'
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The Energy and Climate Change Implications of Different Music Delivery Methods, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.754-769, October 2010

'rosnaymartin2012'
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The Digital Public Domain, Open Book Publishers, March 2013

'opensourcecommunism'
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When you program open source, you're programming Communism, Anonymous, 0000

'mobbs1996'
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The Campaigners' Computer Maintenance Mantra, Free Range Network, July 1996

'lessig2004'
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Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity, Penguin Press, 30/03/2004

'kranich2004'
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The Information Commons: A public policy report, Brennan Center For Justice, February 2004

'kojm2006'
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How Safe?: The ways of viruses in Linux, Linux Magazine, no.62, January 2006

'hiltbrand2006'
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A Comparison of Proprietary and Open Source Software as a Way to Maintain Availability in an Open Access Environment, University of Houston, 04/05/2006

'heinsbeckles2005'
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Will Fair Use Survive?: Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control, The Brennan Center for Justice, 16/11/2005

'halpin2006'
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Reinventing Technology: Artificial Intelligence from the Top of a Sycamore Tree, Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems, March 2006

'druid2007'
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Mnemonic Password Formulas: Remembering Secure Passwords, Uninformed, May 2007

'creativecommons2008'
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Creative Commons Integration With Your Website, Creative Commons, February 2008

'colourmap'
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HTML Colour Values Map, Free Range Network, 05/01/2008

'ccia2010'
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Fair Use In The U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use, Computer & Communications Industry Association, 09/04/2010

'boldrinlevine2008'
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Against Intellectual Monopoly, CUP, 2008

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