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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 … Read More “Getting started creating your own CC content: part 1”
The folks over at eastwest.nu have setup a small gallery of images that use Creative Commons licenses. This is a great example of how others can use CC licensed works that matches much of the intention behind the licenses. My own images are featured which I was surprised but pleased to see, and others featured … Read More “A gallery of CC works: the first of many?”
Sep 18, 2002 — www.creativecommons.org — Creative Commons today announced its newly formed leadership team, expanding its efforts to cultivate a vibrant public domain within the current copyright system. Founding Executive Director Molly Shaffer Van Houweling recently completed her long-planned transition from Creative Commons to become Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan Law School … Read More “Creative Commons Announces New Management Team”