LA CC friends: You are invited to a party this Friday, Sept 16 at St. Vibiana’s in downtown Los Angeles, hosted by GOOD Magazine! In June, we blogged about CC’s participation in the Choose GOOD Campaign, in which you can subscribe to a year of the magazine for $20 and choose a partnering non-profit organization … Read More “GOOD Magazine Comes to LA”
Last month, we reported that Creative Commons CEO Larry Lessig delivered a keynote to LinuxWorld. For those of you who could not make it to San Francisco to hear his talk, Free Culture: What We Need From You, you can now watch and download it here from the LinuxWorld website.
Popular Science Magazine is sitting down tomorrow with Larry Lessig, CEO of Creative Commons, to ask him questions from you! Enter your questions for Larry here before tomorrow. Lessig’s responses will be made availiable next week. Also, stay tuned for a Second Life concert in world next month with Creative Commons and Popular Science.
San Francisco, California — July 12, 2006 Creative Commons is proud to announce today that it has been named as one of twelve non-profit organizations that will participate in the innovative subscription strategy — the CHOOSE GOOD campaign — that accompanies the launch of GOOD magazine. Launching nationwide this Fall, GOOD magazine strives to elevate … Read More “CREATIVE COMMONS SELECTED BY GOOD MAGAZINE AS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FOR CHOOSE GOOD CAMPAIGN”
Meet Fred Beckersted, who will speak on behalf of the Free Culture.org student movement which was inspired by Professor Lawrence Lessig’s book, Free Culture. Fred’s talk, Free Culture and Second Life : Virtually Extending Free Culture’s Work and Goals, will discuss his involvement in RL DRM Protests, ccArt Show, and Film Remix contest. Anyone interested … Read More “Free Culture talk in Second Life Thursday”
This call for architects may not be a prestigious as The Pritzker Prize, but it’s not far from it. Creative Commons seeks a Second Life enthusiast and builder … see below. Calling Designers, Builders and Scripters — help Creative Commons set up its meeting place and multimedia gallery Creativecommons.org now has a home base in … Read More “Calling all Architects”
Last time we reported on FreeCulture.org NYU, they were getting accolades in the Village Voice for taking part in a regional FreeCulture.org summit. Now NYU FreeCulture.org has organized an art show featuring works all licensed under Creative Commons. The opening is this Wednesday, March 1st on 7th floor of the Kimmel Student Center at 7 … Read More “Free Culture.org Creative Commons Art Show”
Last summer, Creative Commons had the pleasure of having Fred Benenson as its first Free Culture intern. Fred was tasked with coming up with interesting or cool ways to get out Creative Commons’ message but on a grass roots level. Fred created a very sexy media kit that Free Culture members can give to bands … Read More “Creative Commons media kits”
This weekend Free Culture.org will be holding its first New York City Regional summit in New York. In this week’s Village Voice, the Education Supplement features Fred Benenson, Creative Commons’ former intern and president of the NYU Free Culture chapter and Inga Chernyak, co-founder of NYU’s Free Culture club, in Code Warriors: Free Culture takes … Read More “Free Culture.org Summit in the Village Voice”