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This site takes music that is in the public domain, meaning a work that belongs to the community, and has it recorded by individuals and college/community orchestras throughout the United States and stored online so it can be accessed for free…

This collection is for research conducted jointly by the UNC Center for Disability and Literacy Studies ( http://www.med.unc.edu/ahs/clds/ ) and the UNC Department of Computer Science.

This is an open, community-based, collaborative research project, a living history, designed to carefully trace the ownership history of UNIX and UNIX-like code with the goal of reducing, or eliminating, the amount of software subject to…

Welcome to GrokDoc's usability study of GNU/Linux newbies. Our goal is to create a useful manual on basic tasks that new users will find simple and clear and easy to follow, using what we learn from our study. GrokDoc is an offshoot of Groklaw.…

Free Culture is a multimedia show by artist, entrepreneur and INSEAD MBA student Colin Mutchler that mixes music, images, and spoken word, drawing from his personal experience and the creative commons to demonstrate the tensions and opportunities of…

The official home page for DocBook: The Definitive Guide. The definitive guide, written by Norman Walsh and Leonard Muellner and published by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., is the official documentation for DocBook. In support of DocBook users…