The Center's Pat Aufderheide was nominated as a GameChanger by members of the WeMedia community. If enough people vote for her, Pat could be chosen to give a keynote at the WeMedia annual conference, where cutting-edge strategies in collaborative and participatory media are featured. It was Pat's work on fair use that attracted attention in the WeMedia community. Fair use, which creates a "floating" public domain composed of copyrighted work, is a critical tool for a vibrant participatory culture. It's also a critical part of the movement to loosen restrictive copyright, or what Cory Doctorow calls "copyfighting." Please vote for Pat here: http://wemedia.com/awards/2010-community-choice-finalists/. And tell your friends! Thanks so much.