Free Culture Conference 2008 will be taking place this weekend at UC Berkeley’s Chevron Auditorium and International House, a celebration and exploration of “free culture, technology, copyright, remixing, and free software”. The two-day conference and workshop, organized by Students for Free Culture and Free Culture Berkeley, will feature a keynote speech by free culture guru and Creative Commons founder Lawrence Lessig, as well as presentations by Mozilla CEO John Lilly, Google’s Derek Slater, and a handful of Berkeley pundits. While ‘free culture’ as applied to technology will be a central topic of discussion, the ideology will also be discussed in relation to a wide range of subjects, from archaelogy to medicine to politics.

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