June 26 - June 27 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark
THE EXPLORATION OF "FREE"
reboot10 is an exploration of "free". "free" as in free information, free individuals, free societies, free markets, free products and services, free ideas, free minds, free to move, free software, free taxonomies, free culture, free knowledge, free to find our own way, free tools, free platforms, free minds - you continue the list...
Shifting from a world of pre-definitions, fixed structures, high costs to participate and living in the status quo - to a world of being free to determine, free to create, free flow, free to see things emerge.
"free" saturates what's happening in a world of digital decentralization - and the current fascination of "free" in the economic sense is a great validation of this deeper change.
But "free" is also an ambiguous term, always comes at an extra cost "there's no such things as a free lunch", is always in a constant state of flux "informations wants to be free, informations wants to be expensive" and is rather hard thing to get your head around.
So "free" is all around us and shaping us - perhaps it was time to explore it?.
Read more about "free" and contribute your thoughts and insights at www.reboot.dk/article-3840-en.html
some images from reboot 10 more on flickr
People who spoke at reboot10
Thomas Vander Wal
People behind reboot 10
reboot10 was organized by Thomas Madsen-Mygdal with intellectual support from Nikolaj Nyholm, project management support from Pernille Bach, graphical support from Katharina Birkenbach and practical support from FDIH.
FREE THE LIST
free products and services
free (from) thought
free to move
free to find our own way
free, for a limited time only
free at last
free 4 all
free 2 be
free to do what we want
free as in beer
FREE THE ACADEMIC RESOURCE
LINKS/ARTICLES/STUFF TO READ
free the dictionary entry, dictionary.reference.com/browse/free
free the wikipedia entry, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free
free the Wired story, www.wired.com/techbiz/it/magazine/16-03/ff_free
free lunch entry in Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_lunch
free your agenda: www.43folders.com / lifehacker.com / www.lifeclever.com