Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

Aeon

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problematising the 'attention economy'
The problem, though, is that this narrative assumes a cer...
intellectual property as a limited privilege for our benefit
This public domain is ours to draw upon for future use. T...
the indiscriminate use of ‘intellectual property
The resulting legal and economic landscape finds power co...
law defines property
roperty is a legally constructed, historically contingent...
the rhetorical value of 'intellectual property'
Why then does ‘intellectual property’ remain in use? Beca...

End intellectual property
Nov. 12, 2018

a good discussion of US IP law (the 4 categories) + the history of it, along with arguments for why it needs reform (quite radical tho still incremental in scope). mentions RMS too.

seems to agree with the point in my Logic piece that open source suggests the superfluity/fetters of IP law:

Indeed, the presence of alternative economic models such as those of the free and open-source software movement suggest that, in the new digital economy, property rights based on tangible goods are likely to have only limited success, and indeed might inhibit innovation and production.

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End intellectual property

a good discussion of US IP law (the 4 categories) + the history of it, along with arguments for why it needs reform (quite radical tho still incremental in scope). mentions RMS too.

seems to agree with the point in my Logic piece that open source suggests the superfluity/fetters of IP law:

Indeed, the presence of alternative economic models such as those of the free and open-source software movement suggest that, in the new digital economy, property rights based on tangible goods are likely to have only limited success, and indeed might inhibit innovation and production.

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Attention is not a resource but a way of being alive to the world
Dec. 7, 2018
(missing author)

by Dan Nixon. suggests thinking of attention as experience, not just a resource to be exploited (a means to an end)

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Attention is not a resource but a way of being alive to the world
(missing author)

by Dan Nixon. suggests thinking of attention as experience, not just a resource to be exploited (a means to an end)

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