For years I’ve hosted Digital Citizen on WEFT 90.1 FM in Champaign, Illinois, first during overnight programming and then during primetime. I’m leaving WEFT and hosting my final episode of Digital Citizen there tonight. Bad managerial decisions have compelled me to leave the station. It’s been my privilege to bring you news about what’s going on with free expression in the digital age. Digital Citizen isn’t going away; I’ll continue covering Free Software movement news and views on this blog.
From 8-10PM (UTC-5:00) tonight, my brother-in-law Nathan Owens will join me in the studio. Together we’ll cover a variety of topics in tech news and take your calls (217-FLY-LIVE or 217-359-5483).
Later this evening we’ll hear from:
- Cory Doctorow—his keynote speech at the Redhat summit recently relicensed under a Creative Commons license that allows non-commercial redistribution.
- Richard Stallman—will end the show on WEFT with
What Should it Mean to Promote Free Software?; a talk I found interesting because it is both concise and informative.