[free-sklyarov] Quick Query for Campus Campaign

Keith Handy keith at indierecords.com
Sun Dec 2 06:42:10 PST 2001

> Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 04:10:33 -0500 (EST)
> From: Xcott Craver <sacraver at EE.Princeton.EDU>
> To: <free-sklyarov at zork.net>
> Subject: Re: [free-sklyarov] Quick Query for Campus Campaign

>         On the material side, we'd need flyers, maybe something more
>         in-depth (say, a leaflet or newsletter of a couple pages,)
>         maybe something less in-depth (bumper-sticker form factors?)
>         And whatever else we can think of.

Everyone is still free to use my Animal Farm/DMCA cartoon:
>         On the creative side:  slogans/etc which will resonate with
>         students.  One general theme I'm seeing here is that students risk
>         punishment for doing too good a job, making too big of a
>         difference, and for doing the ethical thing when a company sells
>         snake-oil.

I still like the idea of bumper stickers and T-shirts saying "What part
of 'MY COMPUTER' don't you understand?", even though this pertains more
to general digital freedom than the specific issue.  If no one winds up
making these, I may well make them myself (not that I can afford to
print anything right now).


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