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I was having a conversation the other day about a talk Alan Blackwell gave a couple of years back, about the history of the “Cambridge phenomenon”. This reminded me how, many moons ago, I attended a conference he organised entitled Collaboration and Ownership in the Digital Economy. It was about the possible wider cultural significance of challenges, in the software world, to entrenched ideas of intellectual property.

At the time I wrote a report on it, for my then employers. If only I’d had the foresight to keep a copy for myself…

I’ve forgotten much about it, but before I forget even more, here’s a brief review, a decade too late.

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