Don’t forget that tonight we are back at Shinesf.com (1337 Mission St. in San Francisco) for this month’s Creative Commons Salon! We are pleased to announce that Live365, an internet radio network where members can create their own online radio stations, will be joining us as presenters. They will be discussing netradio’s effects on independent … Read More “CC Salon SF Tonight: Live365, Jumpcut, OWL Music, and Slideshare.net Powerpoint Karaoke!”
Wellcome Images, an online image repository “depicting 2,000 years of mankind and medicine”, recently launched their enormous collection online under a Creative Commons Attribution, Non-commercial Licence 2.0. From their press release: Launched on 15 June 2007, ‘Wellcome Images’ is the world’s leading source of images on the history of medicine, modern biomedical science and clinical … Read More “Wellcome Images Launches With CC Licences”
Blast Magazine, an online publication that focuses on “lifestyle issues, trends, fashion, sexuality, romance, movies, music, literature, arts, poker, technology, video games, computers and gadgets in the 18-35 demographic”, has recently adopted a CC Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License for all their content. You can read their press release here. This is fantastic news – as … Read More “Blast Magazine Chooses CC”
A note from Chris Marsden of RAND Europe: I am working on a report for the European Commission on the efficacy of self- and co-regulation in various online sectors, looking at organisations such as Creative Commons, the W3C, and others. We’d be most grateful if CC members had time to participate in one part of … Read More “RAND Europe survey on Evaluation of Internet Self Regulation, including CC”
Finding and Quantifying Australiaâ€™s Online Commons is an in-depth look at open license use in Australia, in particular analysis of Creative Commons license adoption. Thanks to both Jessica Coates of CC Australia and Jordan Hatcher for pointing this excellent resource out following last month’s presentations on CC statistics.
Finding and Quantifying Australia’s Online Commons is an in-depth look at open license use in Australia, in particular analysis of Creative Commons license adoption. Thanks to both Jessica Coates of CC Australia and Jordan Hatcher for pointing this excellent resource out following last month’s presentations on CC statistics.
Creative Commons is looking for 1 or 2 Bay area students to work on media and/or technology projects this fall. Involvement in free culture, open source, or other related projects is helpful. Please submit your letter of interest and resume by August 1. If you are a highly motivated and uber-organized person seeking a full-time … Read More “Wanna work with us?”