Mute Vol 1, No. 20 – Digital Commons?
This issue of Mute is dedicated to the theme of the digital or intellectual commons. The term enjoys a certain currency at the moment... It implies that the world's growing wealth of information might turn out to be a parallel to the shared, common land that was a birthright.
2001-07, ISSN 1356-7748-20
Ted Byfield interviews maverick law professor and intellectual property specialist James Boyle
Novelists James Flint and Hari Kunzru futurecast the British countryside
Representatives of Delhi's Sarai Centre brainstorm the digital commons
J.J. King on Domain Name conspiracies
Maria Fernandez and Suhail Malik on the Cyborg Manifesto
Matthew Hyland on social exclusion protest and the politicisation of the 'mentally ill'
Eugene Thacker on 'racial biotech'
Josephine Berry on Lev Manovich's The Language of New Media
John Hutnyk delves into the South Asian Underground
Esther Leslie on Chris Ware's cartoon epic Jimmy Corrigan
Rachel Baker on Hull City FC's Tigertxt