Gutenberg and the Guerilleros
I'm following Tristan Nitot's very interesting presentation entitled Gutenberg and the Guerilleros at...you know where don't you?
Although Tristan and Stefano (who gave a brilliant keynote this morning) didn't know each other before yesterday evening, it's very interesting to hear a common theme in their talks: where Stefano says what would the Web be if all software were closed and sold in boxes (I'm paraphrasing, but his keynote should be online in a few days), Tristan says where would the world be if Gutenberg had been killed by people willing to keep copying of texts a closed market. Answer to both is: not much.
Food for thought...