welcome to the
fig freedom lab
freedom to... 0. use 1. study 2. share 3. change... creative digital works
the purpose of the fig freedom lab is to promote digital freedom, free software and free culture works.
how to build your own freedom lab:
freedom labs are smaller than organisations, with less need to focus on promotion and management. freedom labs can be maintained with just one person or be collaborative; they can also be used to represent additional voices in the free software and free culture movements.
=> learn-how-to-code.html learn-how-to-code
whether you use computers for work or just own a car or mobile phone, having a society thats permeated with computers means we will need to make informed personal and political decisions regarding our data, privacy, and freedom to manage our own devices.
we can make these concepts easy enough for anyone, but when we do we create a society that better understands the tools that surround us. learn more with
how we can we offer
=> more-freedom.html more-freedom
to fans of "open source?"
once we have a better understanding of the technology we use, it is up to us to decide how to apply that knowledge. computers are increasingly designed to decide what we are able to do, though we can customise and add features until that feature is removed or discontinued or breaks.
using free software means you have a greater amount of say as to what youre devices can do. instead of having a vendor decide what your choices are-- like a genie granting three wishes but only ones found on a menu, freedom lets you wish for more wishes and even come up with new choices.
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### a freedom lab includes:
1. something you want to promote or help fix
2. writing some things down
3. trying out ideas
### the fig freedom lab:
1. encourages people to learn to code
2. provides tools and instructions for making it easier to learn
3. promotes the fig programming language, other free software, and the development of other simple languages