Bottlesmoker: an Indonesian Electronic Duo that lives by the Internet
Jennie Rose Halperin interviews the Indonesian music duo who have made their career as “open source musicians.”
Five Year Plans
The publisher returns!
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The Seattle Star.
Free Thing of the Week: An Open World
We bring you some inspirational stories about opening up your world, courtesy of the wonderful folks at opensource.com.
Curtain Up on HowlRound, the Theater Knowledge Commons
Jennie Rose Halperin takes her unstoppable quest to rediscover the commons into the theater, in this interview with the brains behind HowlRound.
Free Thing of the Week: Open Music Theory
This week we go to textbooks: the completely open source/libre Open Music Theory textbook.
Blender Institute’s Ton Roosendaal on Open Licensing and Artistic Success
Producers of the world’s first open movie, Ton Rosendaal and the Blender Institute “work open” in every aspect of their production. Eric Steuer interviews Mr. Rosendaal about his vision.
Free Thing of the Week: Netlabel Day 2016 Compilation
This week we take you the the Free Music Archive and a celebration of netlabels from 2016.
Free Thing of the Week: Priya’s Mirror
To comics we go for this week’s Free Thing. A socially astute comic that merges Hindu mythology and feminism in its tale of acid-attack survivors: Priya’s Mirror.
Musician Marisa Anderson Looks for the New in the Old
Jennie Rose Halperin talks to Marisa Anderson about finding musical history in public domain songs.
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