I have begun reading the next book for #AnarchoBookClub
Though I haven't released the next and final episode covering #Chomsky, it has really sparked a curiosity in me. It has churned the fires inside my mind to explore the world of myth a little deeper.
So we are going to be changing some things up at the club.
We are going to spend a little time discovering myth and delving into the mind of one Joseph Campbell.
You'll have to listen to the upcoming episode for details.
There will not be a podcast today. My partner is sick and I never finished recording it. So it may be a few days late unfortunately.
Sad day, but I gotta take care of my wifey. I don't like seeing her sick.
I'll let you know when I get a chance to sit down and record the rest of the podcast.
#lbry is like modern public libraries. More movies than books.
Here at #AnarchoBookClub we are trying to change that. I would like to start uploading all my epub files, but I can't do it without help. To publish, I need more lbry tokens.
You can help me out by visiting my channel and if you like a video, consider tipping the club with some LBC!
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Psycholinguistics [and general updates about the club]
Can someone make into and outro music for #AnarchoBookClub that sounds like the theme for MacGyver sort of? Same type of sound? I think I am not able to do this on my own.
Contact me to discuss terms. 😃
Yay! Celebrate in the streets everyone! Throw that ticket tape! Steal it if you'd like! Share it around! Burn a CD of an audio clip and sell it to your unsuspecting friend!
I have only gotten through chapter one of 'Language and Responsibility' (P.S. I got the title wrong before) and I already want to just stop and think about everything on a deeper level.
Have you cracked open your copy of Politics and Language by Noam #Chomsky yet?
If you haven't yet, get a copy at https://anarchobook.club/docs/chomsky/on-language.epub
Let's get to reading!
Not a great picture, but this is the version of On Language by Noam Chomsky that I'm reading for next week.
If anyone has a digital copy, I would love to get my hands on it! That way everyone in the book club can read this wonderful work!
Against Intellectual Property
Today we explore the book Against Intellectual Property by Stephen Kinsella.
Then a few minutes in we go off the rails talking about corporate protections and the like. [p.s. I have personal experience with this]
Let me know what you think? What is your input about this topic?
This week we will read Against Intellectual Property by Stephen Kinsella
Get your copy here:
By far, this is one of the best arguments I have read against IP, written by a Copyright Lawyer who actively promotes Copyleft.
I hope you enjoy and tell me what you think!