Sony has launched eyeVio, a CC-enabled video sharing site, which looks like a very slick (massive use of DHTML, AJAX, rounded corners, and other Web 2.0 techniques) and Japanese language only YouTube. eyeVio enables choosing any of the six main CC licenses when uploading a video. Here’s the John Perry Barlow/Jack Valenti video played at … Read More “Sony launches CC-enabled video site”
Day one of our two week/$50,000 Creative Commons International affiliate iSummit scholarship campaign exceeded expectations, but yesterday was a big letdown. We’ve raised $6,618 in two days. At this rate we will not be able to end the campaign early and will end up $3,674 short. (Please help!) As promised, we’re going to profile Creative … Read More “Day 2: CC Hungary”
On May 19 and 20, Creative Commons will be at Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA. The event, organized and hosted by the good people at Make Magazine, “celebrates arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset.” Come visit us at our booth and learn more about what we’re up to.
Yesterday’s Chicago Sun-Times had a good article about Flickr that emphasized the value of Creative Commons licensing. It’s a magnificent library of stock art. The big point of Flickr is to allow photographers of all skill levels to share their pictures with the world. And the folks behind Flickr back this concept up with a … Read More “Chicago Sun-Times on Flickr”
Steve Jurvetson let us know about a very cool recent reuse of one of his CC-licensed photos. This incredible macro shot of an ant was used to accompany an article on UCSF’s website about chitin and allergic inflammation. Photo: Steve Jurvetson, licensed under CC BY Jurvetson’s photography has been used under CC licenses many times … Read More “Another great Steve Jurvetson photo reused under a CC license”
It has been 24 hours since the launch of the CCi Scholarship Funding Campaign and the response has been incredible. $6,366 has been raised so far thanks to you! At this rate we’ll finish the campaign 6 days before the 2 week time period ends. There are several different ways you can participate and support … Read More “Day 1”
World Intellectual Property Day is observed annually on April 26. “Encouraging Creativity” is the theme for 2007. For this day we’ve produced a flyer addressing how Creative Commons encourages creativity. You can download the PDF or read the text on our wiki. Here’s the closing paragaph: In sum, the Creative Commons toolset encourages and enables … Read More “World IP Day”