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:I will be in San Francisco for the American Anthropological Association meetings two weeks after the publication of my first book on the politics of free software: ''Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking'' (http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9883.html). It will be released with a CC license.
 
:I will be in San Francisco for the American Anthropological Association meetings two weeks after the publication of my first book on the politics of free software: ''Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking'' (http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9883.html). It will be released with a CC license.
:I did a chunk of my fieldwork in San Francisco between 2001-2003 and thought it would be quite fitting to hold a book event while visiting the foggy city and Noisebridge came up as a possible venue.             
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:I did a chunk of my fieldwork in San Francisco between 2001-2003 and thought it would be quite fitting to hold a book event while visiting the foggy city and Noisebridge came up as a possible venue.            [[File:JacobAppelbum2.jpeg]]
 
:It would be amazing to hold an event in the Mission, at a hacker space, after the culmination of such a LONG project where I can also thank those, like Seth Schoen, who is not only featured in the book but also was a great friend during my time there (and still is, just now remotely).                                                         
 
:It would be amazing to hold an event in the Mission, at a hacker space, after the culmination of such a LONG project where I can also thank those, like Seth Schoen, who is not only featured in the book but also was a great friend during my time there (and still is, just now remotely).                                                         
 
:I am thinking of holding the event on Friday November 16. I can provide snacks and drinks and can assure you that if held, it would only attract modest numbers; I imagine a handful of Anthropologists, folks from the EFF, some local open source developers, and perhaps a few  interested stragglers might show up.
 
:I am thinking of holding the event on Friday November 16. I can provide snacks and drinks and can assure you that if held, it would only attract modest numbers; I imagine a handful of Anthropologists, folks from the EFF, some local open source developers, and perhaps a few  interested stragglers might show up.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:10, 3 May 2016

Coding Freedom book release event (Friday, November 16, 7:00 p.m.)

Hacker culture scholar Gabriella Coleman writes:

I will be in San Francisco for the American Anthropological Association meetings two weeks after the publication of my first book on the politics of free software: Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking (http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9883.html). It will be released with a CC license.
I did a chunk of my fieldwork in San Francisco between 2001-2003 and thought it would be quite fitting to hold a book event while visiting the foggy city and Noisebridge came up as a possible venue. File:JacobAppelbum2.jpeg
It would be amazing to hold an event in the Mission, at a hacker space, after the culmination of such a LONG project where I can also thank those, like Seth Schoen, who is not only featured in the book but also was a great friend during my time there (and still is, just now remotely).
I am thinking of holding the event on Friday November 16. I can provide snacks and drinks and can assure you that if held, it would only attract modest numbers; I imagine a handful of Anthropologists, folks from the EFF, some local open source developers, and perhaps a few interested stragglers might show up.