Two more sets of International Commons are available: from Spain and Canada. One cool feature these licenses have in common is that both are bilingual. The Spanish licenses are available in Castilian Spanish and Catalan, and the Canadian in English and French.
Accounts of the launch events, by those Commoners who attended them, are coming soon.Comments Off
Another great article on the WIRED CD and Concert, this one from Newsweek/MSNBC.Comments Off
While I watch the news in Portland about Mt. St. Helens and its possible upcoming eruption, I’m seeing plenty of links to the volcano webcam on blogs. One of the blogs that stood out for different reasons is the Berkeley Intellectual Property blog’s post about the Terms of Service, copyright status, and law around Federal work entering the public domain. In the end, the author can’t prove that the webcam images are in the public domain, but draws the conclusion they likely should.Comments Off
“It has an influence far out of proportion to its size, and some think it could be a guidepost for a record industry in desperate need of direction.”
There is a great article on Nonesuch Records in today’s New York Times magazine. Nonesuch is the label that brings us the recordings of David Byrne, Wilco, Laurie Anderson, Steve Reich, and many other weirdly wonderful sounds. Oh, and they make plenty of money doing it.
“The remarkable thing about [chief Bob Hurwitz’s] approach to his business is that it’s pretty much the polar opposite of what the music industry at large does.”Comments Off
“This Compilation CD Is Meant To Be Copied and Shared” by Ethan SmithComments Off
“Connecting With Dan Gillmor: What’s Next For the Web” by Staci D. KramerComments Off