Friday, April 3, 2015

A Dangerous Wandering Presentation at Weber State


Matt Richtel's very engaging presentation at Weber State University on March 19th sponsored by the Technology Outreach Center, the Provost's Office, the College of Arts and Humanities, the Psychology Department and the Neuroscience Program.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Another Panel Discussion: This Time on the Concept of Intellectual Property


Here is the description of what the panelists will be discussing:  

Because intellectual property deals with ideas of how to do and make things (patents), expressions of ideas (copyrights), and symbols of goods and services (trademarks), it is an unlimited resource which contrasts with physical property which is a limited resource. Given its nature, is intellectual property an intellectual theft from the marketplace of ideas, or is it a necessary incentive to create new inventions, expressions, and goods and services?

Friday, October 31, 2014

Press From Stallman's Visit To The Weber State Campus

Here's a Standard Examiner article about Richard Stallman's October 30th talk on the Weber State University campus:

Free Software Pioneer Says It's All About Liberty

Here's another from the Signpost (Weber State University's student paper):

Free Software Activist Richard Stallman Talks Tech Ethics