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Getting started creating your own CC content: part 1

Matt Haughey, January 21st, 2003

Creative Commons licenses are designed so that creators can share their works with others easily. You might ask “What can I create if I am not an artist, writer, or musican?” but there many options when it comes to personal publishing online.

The first such example is a weblog. Many weblog authors have applied licenses to their daily writings, and you can too. If you’re new to weblogs and want to know how to get started, O’Reilly offers a good introduction to weblogs and walks the reader through using Radio Userland for the first time. Blogroots offers a brief introduction that steers readers to using Blogger.com‘s site to create and manage their weblog.

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