Wireside Chat with Lawrence Lessig: fair use, live visuals and free beer

Tomorrow evening I’ll be doing live visuals at the Open Planning Project, following a global webcast of Lawrence Lessig speaking live from Harvard Law School about fair use, online video, and politics. This event is free, so come on out for an interesting discussion and film screening, then stay for the free food and beer and awesome visuals and music by yours truly and DJ c-tor.

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Screenings of the chat are being held around the world, so if you’re not in New York but still want to check it out, visit the Open Video Alliance site to look for an event in your city. Of course, you’ll miss out on my visuals, but it looks like there’s lots of good stuff planned for every location.

Update: still on!

Subject: let’s turn this wintery mix into a winter remix!

hey all,

just a reminder that our new york screening event is tonight feb. 25th beginning promptly at 6pm with a lecture by lawrence lessig. it’s at the open planning project, 148 Lafayette b/w howard and greene, on the penthouse level so take the elevator all the way to the top.

we’re expecting a great turnout and we have some amazing guests:
tom tenney of the re/mixed media festival 2010
videos by jonathan mcintosh, elisa kreisinger, and kenneth tin-kin hung
streetfilms
dj c-tor and vj dan winckler

and of course, friends, colleagues, and members of the open video alliance.

we’re now at 40 cities and 4 continents worldwide for tonight alone!

tell your friends, tag the web with #wireside, and look forward to seeing you there.

have a great night!

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