Take This Piece . . .

Arnold Kling of Tech Central Station meditates upon the scatology of the commons in “Content is Crap”. Dan Gillmor, Siva Vaidhyanathan, and folks on Slashdot respond.

Down and Out Up and Away

Wired News says Cory Doctorow “walks the walk” with the Creative Commons licensing of his Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom. An excerpt from the story: “I don’t believe that I am giving up book royalties,” Doctorow said about persuading his publisher, Tor Books, to make Down and Out available digitally for free under … Read More “Down and Out Up and Away”

Come Together

Richard Koman has a nice first-hand account of our license release party on the O’Reilly Network. (This slipped past our radar last week.) Koman describes the event as an Eldred v. Ashcroft “reunion night,” which is somewhat accurate, though we’ll take the opportunity to remind folks that Creative Commons has no official ties to the … Read More “Come Together”


“Who Controls Information?,” ” By Kevin Werbach.

“Creative Commons, licenze per distribuire gratuitamente e tutelare il proprio lavoro.“


“Creative Commons y la profundidad del copyright,” in Spanish.