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Christian Einfeldt einfeldt at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 11:37:22 PST 2008

Hi Joseph,

I saw this email posted on the San Francisco Linux Users Group List (SF-LUG)
emailing list.  I am an attorney in private civil litigation practice in San
Francisco, and I am also the Producer of the Digital Tipping Point, an open
source video project about how open source software is changing global
culture.  I have shot 360 hours of video in 6 nations on 5 continents, and I
have interviewed many of the leading minds of the Free Open Source Software
(FOSS) movement, such as Richard Stallman, Brian Behlendorf, Miguel de
Icaza, and Nat Friedman, as well as international dignitaries such as the
Culture Minister of Brazil and the Mayor of Munich.

We are in the process of creating a searchable, forkable video library here
on the Internet Archive's Digital Tipping Point Video Collection.  You can
see our raw video here, where we currently have 56 hours of raw video.  This
video will need to be re-rendered for most applications other than casual
watching, as it is our "source code".


Our keyword search index page is located below.  It is the place to go to
find specific persons or themes for our footage.


I am also providing volunteer level one GNU Linux tech support to a local
public middle school in San Francisco.

If you would like to have me speak at your school, I would be pleased to do

Christian Einfeldt,
Producer, The Digital Tipping Point

> From: "Joseph Harder" <jwymbs23 at gmail.com>
> Date: December 10, 2007 5:31:01 PM PST
> To: jim at well.com
> Subject: Talk at International High School
> Hello, my name is Joseph Harder and I am a senior at the International
> High School, which is an International and French Baccalaureate school
> in San Francisco. We are having an Internet and technology education
> day and several speakers are giving seminars about the internet and
> technology. I was wondering if you knew of anyone local (including
> yourself) who would be willing or capable of speaking about GNU or
> copyright issues (probably in a debate format with a copyright
> lawyer/professor).
> Thank You.
> Joseph Harder
> --
> fight back against the asymptotes!!
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