As a result of the Harvard Film Archive Screening, I've been surfing the internet looking for information about Honey--and, to my surprise, there is some.
Much relates back to the decision to release Honey under a Creative Commons license--Honey was the first film to be released under this license. While the FourthWall project didn't work out, it was, I think, a cool idea. The site has been taken down, but you can read about the project here or here. You can even, because of the kickass Internet Archive Wayback Machine, see the original Fourthwall Creative Commons Site here.
There's also some information about my work with Theora, who used Honey to test their open-source codec Xiph.