Detail from Paul Downey’s wonderful web architecture comic poster, licensed under CC Attribution: Full poster: There are a bunch of gems in the poster. Explore and remix.
Red Hat is now offering an opportunity to learn more about Linux and support CC at the same time! If you sign up for a Red Hat Linux course eligible for a promotional giveaway, you can waive that giveaway in exchange for a donation to CC. Thank you Red Hat for promoting sharing in so … Read More “Red Hat Shares the Love”
Bucky Jonson is the name of the band that drives the funky soul behind the multi-platinum Grammy winning band the Black Eyed Peas. The band is actually made up of Printz Board, George Pajon Jr., Tim Izo and Keith Harris. A few months ago they stepped out from the shadows with their oh-so-appropriately named solo … Read More “Which one is Bucky?”
The Tracey Fragments, the latest film from Canadian director Bruce McDonald, follows the story of a 15-year-old girl (Ellen Page) who has “lost her little brother and sets out on a desperate journey to find him”. While the film itself looks absolutely phenomenal, Tracey: Re-Fragmented, the film’s online counterpart, is where the project really begins … Read More “Tracey: Re-Fragmented”
To the Commoners community, from Cory Doctorow: My writing career and Creative Commons are inextricably bound together. My first novel, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, was published by Tor, the largest science fiction publisher in the world, on January 9, 2003, just a few days after CC launched its first licenses. I was … Read More “Commoner Letter #2 – Cory Doctorow”
Russell from Worldlabel.com, a proud sponsor of the LiveContent project which you can help fill up with CC licensed content, sent over a link from mashable.com which lists 25+ sources of Creative Commons licensed content. While Creative Commons only provides free open content licenses and doesn’t have a database or store content, we have a … Read More “Source for Creative Commons Licensed (Live)Content”
Matt Haughey (CC’s Creative Director 2002-2005) on how to see the future of the music business in today’s classical music business. Lucas Gonze (worked on an early version of ccMixter in 2004) on the business of artist services, see comments on followup posts (roundup) for insightful discussion of the role of artists, artist services, labels, … Read More “Music business futures: classical and services”