Table of contents for Remix : making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy / Lawrence Lessig.

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CONTENTS
Preface 000
Introduction 000
Part I: Cultures
1. CULTURES OF OUR PAST 000
RW Culture Versus RO Culture 000
Limits in Regulation 000
2. CULTURES OF OUR FUTURE 000
3. RO, EXTENDED 000
Nature Remade 000
Re- remaking Nature 000
Recoding Us 000
4. RW, REVIVED 000
Writing Beyond Words 000
Remixed: Text 000
Remixed: Media 000
The Signifi cance of Remix 000
The Old in the New 000
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5. CULTURES COMPARED 000
Differences in Value? and ?Values? 000
Differences in Value (As in $) 000
Differences in Value (As in ?Is It Any Good??) 000
Differences in Law (As in ?Is It Allowed??) 000
Lessons About Cultures 000
Part II: Economies
6. TWO ECONOMIES:
COMMERCIAL AND SHARING 000
Commercial Economies 000
Three Successes from the Internet?s
Commercial Economy 000
Three Keys to These Three Internet Successes 000
The Character of Commercial Success 000
Sharing Economies 000
Internet Sharing Economies 000
The Paradigm Case: Wikipedia 000
Beyond Wikipedia 000
What Sharing Economies Share 000
7. HYBRID ECONOMIES 000
The Paradigm Case: Free Software 000
Beyond Free Software 000
8. ECONOMY LESSONS 000
Parallel Economies Are Possible 000
Tools Help Signal Which Economy a Creator
Creates For 000
Crossovers Are Growing 000
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Strong Incentives Will Increasingly Drive
Commercial Entities to Hybrids 000
Perceptions of Fairness Will in Part Mediate the
Hybrid Relationship Between Sharing and
Commercial Economies 000
Sharecropping Is Not Likely to Become a
Term of Praise 000
The Hybrid Can Help Us Decriminalize Youth 000
Part III: Enabling the Future
9. REFORMING LAW 000
Deregulating Amateur Creativity 000
Clear Title 000
Simplify 000
Decriminalizing the Copy 000
Decriminalizing File Sharing 000
10. REFORMING US 000
Chilling the Control Freaks 000
Showing Sharing 000
Rediscovering the Limits of Regulation 000
Conclusion 000
Acknowledgments 000
Notes 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Copyright -- Neighboring rights -- United States.
Copyright and electronic data processing -- United States.
Cultural industries -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Copyright -- Economic aspects -- United States.