This week’s featured content is Boy Avianto of Jakarta, Indonesia’s fantastic photolog. It features all sorts of shots from daily life in Jakarta, including interesting views of the area, macro photos of plants, and pets.1 Comment »
While we’re talking translations:
As our iCommons project begins to port the lawyer-readable licenses to various countries’ laws and languages, we’d like to start translating the human-readable portion of our licenses as well. (Here’s an example of one in English.)
Just as humans are less formal than lawyers, so will this process be less formal than iCommons, so send us what you’ve got when you’ve got it . . .
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What language is next?Comments Off on Finnish Comics
The porting of the Creative Commons licenses to Japan recently got underway.
Leading the effort is the top-notch Japanese IT research institute Glocom.
Join or follow the discussion.
Read more about iCommons and watch for more countries soon.Comments Off on iCommons Japan
Paul Ford, the author, designer, and programmer of the wonderful Ftrain website recently discovered his site’s logo image was also being featured on a new singer-songwriter’s CD. His response for readers is an amusing lesson in the wonders of the public domain.Comments Off on Paul Ford on the Public Domain
Ito is the founder and CEO of Neoteny, a venture capital firm, and has created numerous Internet companies including PSINet Japan, Digital Garage, and Infoseek Japan. In 1997 Time ranked him as a member of the CyberElite. In 2000 he was ranked among the 50 Stars of Asia by Business Week and commended by the Japanese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications for supporting the advancement of IT. In 2001 the World Economic Forum chose him as one of the 100 Global Leaders of Tomorrow for 2002.Comments Off on Joi Ito Joins Creative Commons Board
This week we’re pointing out the hundreds of photographs taken by freelance writer David Gallagher. His site, lightningfield.com, has been up for the past two and a half years and features photographs and insights from his daily life. There are many shots from New York and photos from various trips worth enjoying and sharing.Comments Off on lightningfield.com
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos recently gave NPR listeners a recommendation for summer reading: the Creative Commons-licensed novel Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, by Cory Doctorow. (Bezos also gave a nod to The Remains of the Day, by Kazuo Ishiguro.)1 Comment »
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