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Why would you want to make your work easier to copy? « Plebian Design: Blog

Why would you want to make your work easier to copy?

Maybe you don’t. But possibly you want to bring more voices into the game? How do you help people more easily reproduce your work? How do you lower barriers to entry? If you have to put walls up around your work, does that mean you are doing something wrong?

Below are a couple videos that talk about the new landscape of peer production, easy person to person communication, and distributed rather than hierarchical organization. They tell a lot of the story of why we are spending time lately on developing kits.




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One Response to “Why would you want to make your work easier to copy?”

  1. danielle says:

    thanks dan. I thought at first, “oh, jeez, 55 minutes! I really should be working.” But taking the time to watch the entire video in this moment has certainly added double that amount of time to my life in happiness. It’s nice to be reminded that people do still want to love and be loved.

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