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Monday, December 01, 2008

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Sophrosyne Stenvaag

This will be an interesting set of developments to watch. With Change.gov's transition this morning from "all rights reserved" to a Creative Commons license, good times might be ahead for digital free expression.

If you're interested in exploring these issues, please join us this Saturday at noon for Sophrosyne's Saturday Salon, where our guest Mitch Wagner of Information Week will discuss information technology and politics (along with a lot of other fun stuff).

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Matthew Perreault

Couple that with having a president who--gasp--has a desktop computer, and we may in fact bring government into the 21st century. Or at least the late 20th.

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