About Cosmo Wenman
Cosmo Wenman is interested in network effects, intellectual property, piracy, pop culture, and art.
Commerce, institutions vs. individuals, gate-keepers vs. gate-crashers, and technology too.
He's been experimenting with 3D design, scanning, and printing, and writes "3D printers are actually
dematerializers, and they are going to print — and dissolve — some unexpected things. The next couple years are going to be a big, exciting mess. I'm going to be in it, trying to do interesting stuff."
For more, visit his site at
www.cosmowenman.com, and follow him on Twitter: @CosmoWenman
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