Tag Archives: creativecommons

Why SpaceX photos aren’t public domain (yet)

Sometimes people who license their digital content aren’t really thinking it through. They may have something else on their minds or copyright nuance may not be their thing. I think it behooves us copyright advocates and activists to (at least) … Continue reading

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Copyright, licensing, the government and you

Walt Crawford has a long piece in the latest Cites & Insights about the Creative Commons Non-Commercial license, responding to some online arguments against them by the Free Content community (Walt’s capitalization creates a useful distinction) including Wikipedia. My approach … Continue reading

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librarians, technologists and free culture

A great LJ post by Ben Ostrowsky about librarians and technology and another long list of things that we should know more about. Special appearance in the comments by Ben’s Mom! I can invent a barcode generator that prints PDFs … Continue reading

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I’m editor of the week at Ourmedia

I’m guest editing this week over at Ourmedia. It’s a new site where people can upload content to share online for free. Sort of like the Internet Archive — who gives them the storage space — but with an eye … Continue reading

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hi – 15mar

Hi. I’ve added a wonderful little WordPress plugin called WP-CC that allows me to put a Creative Commons license on every page as a link [see icon at the bottom] and also machine readable code in the header of the … Continue reading

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