Patrice Riemens (born 1950) is a geographer and currently the Fellow of the Waag Society in Amsterdam. He is a promoter of Open Knowledge and Free Software, and has been involved as a "FLOSSopher" (a 'philosopher' of the Free/Libre and Open Source Software movements) at the Asia Source and Africa Source camps, held in 2005 and 2006 to promote FLOSS among non-governmental organisations. He is a member of the staff of Multitudes.
Riemens' has been described as a "private intellectual (and sometimes internet activist) by choosing". De Waag Center for Old and New Media, where he is based, is in an old castle in Amsterdam and works on the cutting edge of technology, culture, education and industry.
- Two percent of a Source camp... interview with Patrice Riemens
- Amsterdam Public Digital Culture 2000 On the Contradictions Among Users Profiles, article by Geert Lovink and Patrice Riemens
- 'Hacker Culture' article
- Communitarian dynamics, electro-electives affinities and networked memories in the contemporary cyberculture: the nettime list. Interview with Patrice Riemens.
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