Our regular link-sharing correspondent Malcolm Harris is briefly indisposed, so I’m stepping in to deliver a set of links, served up piping hot from his phone:
Malcolm makes a brief appearance in The Guardian’s coverage of yesterday’s Occupy Wall Street protests. Previously on Shareable, Willie Osterwell’s Friday report from the occupation. Also noted: the fine Make Magazine is spotted at the Occupy Wall Street library.
Also on Make, a talk on how the best days of the open hardware movement are ahead of it.
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As part of the University’s nascent Open Access policy, Princeton is preventing its researchers from handing over copyright of scholarly works to academic journals.
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