CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on CC Licenses

[This email is part of a weekly series written by Lawrence Lessig and others about the history and future of Creative Commons. If you would like to be removed from this list, please click here: http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter#unsubscribe Alternatively, if you know others who might find these interesting, please recommend they sign up at http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter ] From … Read More “CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on CC Licenses”

What is Science Commons? By John Wilbanks, Science Commons Executive Director

[This is part of a weekly series written by Lawrence Lessig and others about the history and future of Creative Commons. If you know others who might find these interesting, please recommend they sign up at http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter] Last week, I said this week’s email would describe the Science Commons. Let me introduce John Wilbanks, executive … Read More “What is Science Commons? By John Wilbanks, Science Commons Executive Director”

CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on Continuing the Movement

[This is part of a weekly series written by Lawrence Lessig and others about the history and future of Creative Commons. If you know others who might find these interesting, please recommend they sign up at http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter] From last week’s episode: Thus we use our licenses to build the freedoms authors want upon a reinforced … Read More “CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on Continuing the Movement”

CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on CC & Fair Use

[This is part of a weekly series written by Lawrence Lessig and others about the history and future of Creative Commons. Alternatively, if you know others who might find these interesting, please recommend they sign up at http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter] From last week’s episode: Widespread DRM would disable that interoperability. Or at least, it would disable interoperability … Read More “CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on CC & Fair Use”

CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on Interoperability

[This is part of a weekly series written by Lawrence Lessig and others about the history and future of Creative Commons. Alternatively, if you know others who might find these interesting, please recommend they sign up at http://creativecommons.org/about/lessigletter] From last week’s episode: … Like the Free Software Movement, we believed this device would help open … Read More “CC in Review: Lawrence Lessig on Interoperability”

People Like Us/Vicki Bennett

Collagist People Like Us (a.k.a. Vicki Bennett) is most at home exploring fault lines — artistic, emotional, legal. Take “Going Out of My Town,” one of many songs Bennett has made available under a Creative Commons license. It starts with an unsettling assortment of pops and fizzes, then introduces an acoustic guitar sample under a … Read More “People Like Us/Vicki Bennett”

Diane Cabell

(Next in a continuing series of posts about core Commoners I’m happy to have worked with. Apologies for the intermittent, serial nature of these entries; it’s taken longer than I thought.) I’ve known our corporate counsel Diane Cabell for about seven years, since first meeting her back in the early days of the Berkman Center. … Read More “Diane Cabell”

Brazil Re-cap

A few more words about the iCommons Brazil launch. It is hard to do the event justice. It was completely overwhelming, a true celebration, and we’ve only now recovered from the whole thing and regrouped. As you know, iCommons Brazil made its debut at the 5th Annual Software Livre conference in Porto Alegre. An afternoon … Read More “Brazil Re-cap”