GEEKS on CSPAN: Publishing Forum talks about Wikis, Doctorow, and …

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

The program was interesting, I was only half watching and Ken Goffman starts
from Onlamp – USA

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WE’RE Creative Commonists, Bill

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… and designers were quick to dream up “creative communist” symbols,
a play on one of the best-known groups working for copyright reform, Creative
from Wired News – USA

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SLASHDOT | Creative Commons For Science

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

from Creative Commons For Science. … Do you think Eli Lilly will allow its

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TECH Must Surpass Small Politics in 2005

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Stanford professor Larry Lessig’s Creative Commons license is a good
tool that allows for a variety of uses under a variety of circumstances
from eWeek – New York,NY,USA

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LINDA Seebach: Google’s library plan a smart move

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Creative Commons, a non-profit organization based at Stanford Law School,
has established what it calls “Founders’ Copyright,” a legal mechanism
from Naples Daily News – Naples,FL,USA

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FROM the Campus to the Commons

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Culture issues and building a bigger core of activists, the next step
for FreeCulture.org is to encourage students to contribute to the creative
from AlterNet – San Francisco,CA,USA

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UNLIMITED song hosting offered for Mac musicians

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Songs uploaded to the service must meet specific terms and conditions,
and the content is made available using a Creative Commons license, which
from MacWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA

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WINKSITE: Creative Commons Licensed Library Launches – Delivering …

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Library Launches – Delivering Mobile Editions Of Books To Phones Posted
from Return to Wireless Ink Blog Menu | print 12 Nov 2004 Creative Commons Licensed

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BRINGING the past to life

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… The licence will be similar to that developed by the highly successful
Creative Commons initiative founded by Stanford law professor Lawrence
from Spiked – London,UK

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MetaBrainz Launched

Mike Linksvayer, April 19th, 2005

After years of toil the free music encyclopedia MusicBrainz is now backed by a nonprofit foundation with a fantastic best-of-the-usual-suspects board.

MusicBrainz has taken an innovative approach to open data: core factual information (artist, album, track) is appropriately dedicated to the public domain, while community generated information is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.

Also check out MetaBrainz’s exemplary practice of keeping transparent finances.

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