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December 12, 2006
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On location at the 2006 Knowledge Symposium
Filmed and edited by Tim Kiernan.
Produced by Kim Jokisch.
It would be impossible to fully describe every topic that was discussed at the 2006 Knowledge Symposium in Delhi, India, but this video is our best attempt. We spent every minute of the conference filming the conversations that happened around us. Packed into eight and half minutes are comments from Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia), Dr. Vandana Shiva (from the Research Foundation for Science, Technology, and Ecology), Eben Moglen (of the Software Freedom Law Foundation)--even representitves from the governments of India and Sri Lanka.
More about the Knowledge Symposium
- A society that shares: India's tradition of knowledge by Venkatesh Hariharan
- The road to Delhi with Eben Moglen and Paul Jones produced by Kristin Hondros
- The road to Tibet by Paul Jones