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Glenn Fleishman / Smithsonian:
On January 1, copyrighted works from 1923 will enter the public domain, 21 years after the last mass expiration of copyright in the US, which predated Google   —  A beloved Robert Frost poem is among the many creations that are (finally) losing their protections in 2019  —  “Whose woods these are, I think I”—whoa!
Dec 23, 2018, 9:25 PM - In context

Ron Rosenbaum / Arts & Culture:
Lewis Lapham's Antidote to the Age of BuzzFeed   —  With his erudite Quarterly, the legendary Harper's editor aims for an antidote to digital-age ignorance  —  Lewis Lapham, the legendary former editor of Harper's, who, beginning in the 1970s, helped change the face of American nonfiction …
Oct 28, 2012, 2:00 PM - In context

James Gleick / Smithsonian Magazine:
What Defines a Meme?   —  Our world is a place where information can behave like human genes and ideas can replicate, mutate and evolve  —  With the rise of information theory, ideas were seen as behaving like organisms, replicating by leaping from brain to brain, interacting to form new ideas …
Apr 19, 2011, 4:40 PM - In context




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