free culture

Doc Searls is one of the co-authors of the Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as we know it, and Senior Editor of Linux Journal.

Doc Searls joined me for a conversation about the Cluetrain Manifesto, the world of Free and Open Source software, and the general landscape of technology and collaboration.

In the May 07 issue of Linux JournaI, Searls wrote this about Fairfield's grassroots community station KRUU-FM:

"I listen to a lot of radio online and I don't know of a station that's more committed to free software and open-source values than this little station... I listen to it in Santa Barbara and it's already one of my faves."



14 Days from Ian and Lara Plunkett—a world-class singer-songwriter team. Warm, melodic, and artfully crafted songs are in the best tradition of British Folk-Rock...a lovely cross between Nick Drake and Syd Barrett.

The overall feel here is acoustic, but with more sophisticated arrangements and deeper musicianship than most work in
this genre. Standout tracks include the starry-eyed "Picture" as well as "The River," "Up A Hill" and "Breathe." A highly poignant and engaging album.

Join the KRUU for this website band and come back day in, day out, every day from 5am to 6am for more creative commons-licensed music available on the web.