Glyn Moody

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Glyn Moody
Moody in 2006
Moody in 2006
OccupationTechnology writer

Glyn Moody is a London-based technology writer. He is best known for his book Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution (2001). It describes the evolution and significance of the free software and open source movements with interviews of hackers.[1]

His writings have appeared in Wired,[2] Computer Weekly,[3] Linux Journal,[4] and Ars Technica.[5] In 2009, he criticised the software education policy of the government of José Luís Rodríguez Zapatero on his blog.[6]

Selective bibliography[edit]

  • Walled Culture: How Big Content Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Keep Creators Poor (Paperback or ebook - 2022) ISBN 978-946459849-0
  • Digital Code of Life: How Bioinformatics is Revolutionizing Science, Medicine, and Business by Glyn Moody (Hardcover - Feb 3, 2004) ISBN 0-471-32788-3
  • Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution by Glyn Moody (Paperback - Jul 15, 2002) ISBN 0-7382-0670-9
  • The Internet with Windows by Glyn Moody (Paperback - Jan 15, 1996) ISBN 0-7506-9704-0


  1. ^ Gifford, Adam (27 January 2010). "Busting free of the patent trap". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
  2. ^ The Greatest OS That (N)ever Was
  3. ^ Computer Weekly Archived 2007-12-05 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Linux Journal
  5. ^ Glyn Moody (4 June 2015). "WikiLeaks releases secret TISA docs: The more evil sibling of TTIP and TPP". Ars Technica.
  6. ^ Moody, Glyn (1 May 2009). "The Shame in Spain". Retrieved 10 March 2018.

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