Here is the lecture (slightly edited) I gave earlier in the summer about intellectual property law and participatory culture. I’ve removed most of my media exhibits from this recording, though all can be found online easily and for free.
At break between Part 1 and Part 2 I originally screened a Red vs Blue episode. So it’s not a strictly organic break, but it’s as close to the middle as I could get.
Altogether (with questions) this lecture runs for nearly an hour and a half. Listen while you fold you laundry.
I’ve also included my slide deck, though it is not strictly necessary to follow the lecture. It is pretty, though.
fact checker’s note: Queen Anne was born in 1665, but ruled from 1702 to 1707.