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Participatory Media Lab launch with ccMixter analysis

Giorgos Cheliotis‘ group at Singapore Management University has launched a site for their Participatory Media Lab, featuring a working paper on ccMixter reuse patterns titled Remix Culture: Creative Reuse and the Licensing of Digital Media in Online Communities (pdf) and including data and visualizations from this and earlier research on open content, previously blogged here … Read More “Participatory Media Lab launch with ccMixter analysis”

Philippine Launch Celebration: a vibrant member of the global commons

Following the unveiling of the Philippine localized Creative Commons licenses in December, citizens will gather on January 14th in Manila to celebrate in full the public launch of the country’s completed licenses and its strides towards fostering the global commons movement. The launch activities are scheduled to take place from 1:00pm to 9:00pm at the … Read More “Philippine Launch Celebration: a vibrant member of the global commons”

Philippine Launch Celebration: a vibrant member of the global commons

San Francisco, CA, USA and Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines — January 14, 2008 Following the unveiling of the Philippine localized Creative Commons licenses in December, citizens of the archipelago will gather today in Manila to celebrate in full the public launch of its completed licenses and the country’s strides towards fostering the global commons … Read More “Philippine Launch Celebration: a vibrant member of the global commons”

New York Times Continues Polling Place Photo Project

Photo by Jodi Sperber / CC BY-ND The New York Times has reignited its Polling Place Photo Project, a “nationwide experiment in citizen journalism that encourages voters to capture, post and share photographs of this year’s primaries, caucuses and general election.” All participant photos are published under a Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives license. This … Read More “New York Times Continues Polling Place Photo Project”

LiveContent Available Through On-Disk.com

Creative Commons is now offering LiveContent through the Open Source product distribution service On-Disk.com. On-Disk sells a variety of software packages conveniently contained on a CD or DVD. On-Disk provides “burn-on-demand” service and works with open source and smaller software and media developers — “helping low-budget or no-budget organizations publish their software and digital media … Read More “LiveContent Available Through On-Disk.com”

More CC Cinema 2.0

Following up on today’s post on a short about “Cinema 2.0”, made with presumably Cinema 2.0 techniques … more links on CC Cinema 2.0 and nearby. The A Swarm of Angels collaborative film project is moving into its third phase, advanced development. The folks behind ASoW have also posted their ideas on 7 rules for … Read More “More CC Cinema 2.0”