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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

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Leonara of Treehugger reflects on this year’s Do Lectures. Lots of good stuff and this line particularly caught my eye:

Do Lectures are simply unafraid of being copied because they all know that what they are doing is completely unique and they are the very best at doing what they do. Everything else is just a pale imitation.

I wonder if the world might be a better place if we focussed more energy on that than on protecting intellectual property?

Hat tip: Alan Moore

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