This is a couple weeks old, but: Brewster Kahle at Web 2.0: “Universal access to all knowledge is possible, and it's not a non-profit goa.”. This big thinking excites me, in spite of myself.
Brewster is crazy. He wants to create a digital archive of every book, every audio recording, every film, and all television. Actually, I don't think is crazy at all; It's so obviously right that 50 years from now it will be a fact of life.
Cory Doctorow was there and took notes.Posted by jjwiseman at October 21, 2004 07:11 PM