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The Builders of Basecamp (34 tags)
Marc Hedlund spoke with Jason Fried, president of 37signals (the company that makes Basecamp and Ta-da Lists), about its history and products, and about Ruby on Rails, the open source web application framework spun out of Basecamp's development. Check out Jason's presentation, Lessons Learned While Building Basecamp, at O'Reilly's Emerging Technology Conference later this month.

Stewart Butterfield on Flickr (23 tags)
Not even a year old and still in beta, Flickr is a revolutionary photo storage, sharing, and organization application boasting roughly 270,000 members. Richard Koman catches Flickr CEO Stewart Butterfield for a few words on what has made Flickr so revolutionary and where it may be headed.

Remixing Culture: An Interview with Lawrence Lessig (20 tags)
What do you get when you mix P2P, inexpensive digital input devices, open source software, easy editing tools, and reasonably affordable bandwidth? Potentially, you get what Lawrence Lessig calls remix culture. He explains in this extensive interview. The concept of remixing culture is the topic of his keynote as well, at O'Reilly's upcoming Emerging Technology Conference (March 14-17 in San Diego).

Ruby on Rails: An Interview with David Heinemeier Hansson (18 tags)
Few can have missed the rise of the programming world's latest star platform--Ruby on Rails. Rails' creator, David Heinemeier Hansson, already wowed the crowds at this year's OSCON, and is set to keynote the European O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Amsterdam this October. O'Reilly Network talked with him about Rails' success and future.

ESR: "We Don't Need the GPL Anymore" (16 tags)
During a recent Brazilian conference on free and open source software, hacker, writer, and speaker Eric Raymond stated that open source would see more rapid success if the GPL didn't make people nervous. Federico Biancuzzi recently interviewed ESR to gain more context for the statement and to explore these views more fully.