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To Be or Not to Be Free (31 Jan 2005)
From its inception the web has had a slightly Utopian socio-political agenda, which has remained important to many people working online. Regina Celia Pinto, the Brazilian web artist and proprietress of The Museum of the Essential (and Beyond That) explains:

'I love the idea of exchange from the first internet days, the idea that everyone seems to be interested in accumulated and redistributed knowledge ... I am one that prefers to believe in a beautiful metaphor: the internet is only one text / hypertext being written by infinite hands. So, how to sell what belongs to everybody?'
Article URL: http://www.trace.ntu.ac.uk/opinion/index.cfm?article=129

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