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12 MARCH 2011

Drew's Script-O-Rama: free film and TV screenplays since 1995

"It was eons before I discovered that 'lauded' was a good thing.

Anyway, I'm more like that slack–assed buddy who doesn't return your phone calls, has owed you twenty bucks for the last 14 years and flirts with your wife when it comes to updating the site at times. For that I feel shame. Shame, I feel. But hey, it's 2010 now, and I'm a changed man. Besides, don't I get some slack since I've had this site up since 1995? Val Kilmer used to be Batman back then! And Mr. Showbiz left you high and dry, but your friend Drew, he sticks with you while simultaneously referring to himself in the third person!"

(Drew, 2010)

[Note that this site includes a large number of inelegant ads.]

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1995artistic practiceauthorauthorshipBatmancharactercharacterisationculture • draft • dramafeature filmfictionfilm genrefilm scriptsfilmmakerfreegenregift cultureHollywoodHollywood movieslinks worklistliterature • Mr. Showbiz • narrative fictionplotprecedencerepositoryresourcescreen culturescreenplay • screenwriter • screenwritingscript • Script-O-Rama • televisiontranscript • Val Kilmer • writing process

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Simon Perkins
25 MAY 2010

Preserving the Knowledge Commons

"when scholars use systems of reference to link one work to another, they establish and exercise underlying fabrics of trust. These fabrics serve to tie researchers to other researchers, teachers to students, and creators to users over time and place into durable and productive scholarly communities. The linked works represent the common pools of knowledge – the knowledge commons – over which members of these communities labor to produce new knowledge. And the links work, the trust endures, and the commons nourishes the intellectual life if and only if cited material is preserved so that, when a link is made, the reader is able to check the reference at the other end."

(Donald J. Waters)

[1] Waters, D. J. (2006). Preserving the Knowledge Commons. Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice, MIT Press.

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authorship • cited material • common pools of knowledge • copyrightcreatorsdiscursive field • fabrics of trust • footnoteinformation in contextintellectual lifeknowledge commonsLibrary of Congresslinks worknew knowledgereferencerepositoryresearcher • scholarly communities • Section 108 Study Group • systems of reference

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Simon Perkins
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