chapter  10
Science as Open Source Process
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IfI had begun my fifteen minute intervention not in the European style with "Ladies and Gentlemen" but instead addressed you in C style with "hello world;' then I would presumably not be able to count on my liberty for too long. I would have had the pleasure of spending my time under a compiler and an assembler instead of entering silly ASCII keystrokes, but who knows whether this wonderful ASCII sequence, print f ("Hello world"); will not soon be protected by source copyright, even here in Europe.