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February 16, 2008 in creativecommons | Permalink
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Politics is so funny. I get labeled as being out there on the far left. I won't run form the liberal label, but the far leftist bit seems so far from me. It's probably just that stereotypes are so often wrong. Of the many many subjects you post about which interest me greatly, when you write about the ways you are teaching your children to be honorable inspires me the most. If a second grader can understand the importance of attribution, the importance of sharing, the rest of us can too. I love the line in the Draft Lessig video: "Whether he wants it or not." Together all of us can address the issue of corruption in discussion and make a good world.
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February 17, 2008 at 05:09 PM
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