On Wednesday, Aug 8th, from 7-9 PM, we will be returning to Shinesf.com (1337 Mission St. in San Francisco) for another Creative Commons Salon! A quick turn-around (last months was to make up for our absence in June while at iSummit) with tons of wonderful things in store. Apart from the presentations, it is a … Read More “CC Salon SF on WED, Aug 8 from 7-9 PM: Bittorent and Intern Presentations!”
The LinuxWorld Conference and Expo is quickly approaching, and as always, we are incredibly excited. This time though, it isn’t only because of the amazing things we will see and hear about (which are bound to be numerous) but also because it is the first time we are reaching out directly to you in the … Read More “Volunteers for LinuxWorld”
Today marks the public-launch of Vinismo, “a project to create a free, complete, up-to-date, and reliable guide of all wines in the world”. Vinismo utilizes a collaborative wiki-infrastructure that will hopefully lead to a detailed, readable, useful wine guide for people at any level of expertise. Vinismo is founded by Evan Prodromou (of WikiTravel – … Read More “Vinismo Opens Its Doors to Wine Lovers Everywhere”
CC and Mozilla have come together in order to throw one awesome party. Come celebrate the “open” movement with us this Wed. at the Wonder Ballroom. Portland local Mike Williams, of the Mercury News and host of the monthly dance party Branx, along with the popular Portland band Menomena will be performing so you know … Read More “CC / Mozilla Party Community Party”
We’ve been working hard on developing LiveContent, an umbrella concept that works to expand access to dynamic CC-licensed content and free open source software. The first incarnation of LiveContent is taking shape in the form of a LiveCD, and you can help! We have an ISO image of the most current revision available here. Download … Read More “Progress on LiveContent v1.0”
Michael W. Dean and Chris Caulder have made their “guide to making a living making music out of your backpack, from anywhere, and everywhere” available as an ebook download licensed under CC Attribution-ShareAlike. Even better, they’ve put up all the book’s source files up for download and remixing. Via Boing Boing.
This just in from PopSci.com … “Will John Wilbanks Launch the Next Scientific Revolution? Using innovative copyrights and a Web 2.0 platform, John Wilbanks may just transform how scientific discoveries are made by Abby Seiff When Pasteur had his eureka moment, the processes leading up to it were barely different than Archimedes’s. The scientist hypothesized, … Read More “Science Commons' John Wilbanks in Popular Science”