I forgot to blog this last week when a friend pointed me to it: online music mag Earplug’s current issue blurbs the forthcoming WIRED CD and November issue. A taste of the punchy and deliciously accurate write-up:
Posted 19 October 2004
The Creative Commons license is not a free-for-all: some of the artists permit only non-commercial sampling and sharing while others are open to all potential uses (with the exception of advertising placement). But the point Creative Commons makes is that there’s a difference between “all rights reserved” and “some rights reserved” — especially in the digital age — and artists should be free to make these decisions about their work for themselves.