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Living a year of open source

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Sam Muirhead is a videographer who for one year is abandoning proprietary products and instead using and producing open source materials.

Story Highlights:

* Sam Muirhead is using only products shared under open licenses

* He is hoping to complete a year of open-source living

* Sam has had to give up most movies and 'all rights reserved' music

* He is currently creating an open educational curriculum for teaching video editing

It started a few years ago, as I was spiraling down one of Wikipedia's endless information rabbit holes. Over time that initial little moment of wonder grew into a fascination with the culture around shared information - code and designs that can be studied, modified, and redistributed by anyone, for any purpose.

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