This week we’re featuring the photography of Raymond A. vanderWoning. His photos feature subjects from flowers and bugs to signs and people and his about page carries a thoughtful piece on how and why he licenses all his photos. A hobbyist photographer at heart, Raymond’s closing statement gets to the heart of it all:
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Information doesn’t want to be free, it wants to be shared.
Project Gramophone is a new project that aims to become a definitive source for early recordings that slipped into the public domain. The goals are similar to Project Gutenberg, but with audio instead of text. For now, the project features a mailing list open to anyone interested in contributing to the project.No Comments »
Read about Creative Commons’ plans to help make this sort of of culture legitimate, in the law’s eyes at least.No Comments »
“Supreme Court oral arguments now available for file-swapping” by Phuong LeNo Comments »