Document Freedom Day
By molini on Feb 21, 2008
20 dolphins riding a wave. Photo courtesy of Daily Mail
A news release was issued yesterday proclaiming 26 March 2008 as the world's first Document Freedom Day (DFD) to celebrate and champion the cause of true freedom for our data.
Simon Phipps has been discussing this topic for several years and even coined the term "Freedom To Leave", referring to the liberty to take your data and go elsewhere uninhibited by DRM, closed interfaces or file formats that require a particular program for faithful reproduction and use. I hope you will take a minute or two to read his entry and if you have comments, post them to his site or this one.