Creative Commons Board Chair Joi Ito took some great pictures at a recent CC board meeting. Here’s the Flickr set, all under CC Attribution. Eric Saltzman, Jamie Boyle, Eric Eldred Laurie Racine, Lawrence Lessig Michael Carroll (check out his blog) Joi Ito on Leicaism.
From the Science Commons blog … “Together with SPARC and MIT, we are proud to announce the release of a set of online tools designed to help authors retain rights over their scholarly works, including the right to self-archive their material. The Scholar’s Copyright Addendum Engine is one of these tools, making it easier for … Read More “Science Commons, SPARC Announce New Tools for Scholarly Publishing”
Someone has to pick up the slack on reporting on all of CC Australia’s great work. I guess that will be me. Check out what Jessica Coates said on the cc-community mailing list. Just wanted to drop you a quick line to point out a great collaborative film project CCau took part in over the … Read More “CC Australia and the CC Video Slam!”
Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz has a fine blog post in which he describes the Sun’s decision to pursue an “open” strategy rather than prosecute the “open” world and its results: In essence, we decided to innovate, not litigate. Further down: All of which is to say – no amount of fear can stop the rise … Read More “Sun CEO: free media = free software, innovation != litigation”
Looks like a new great web 2.0 has emerged along the lines of scribd, but specifically for sharing slideshows. Welcome to the world of the commons, Slideshare! (rounds of massive applause) Here at CC we have been working on a Media Hosting Wishlist for sites like Slideshare to use as a guide for how to … Read More “Slideshare.net and the CC Media Hosting Wishlist”