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CC Ireland discusses Version 3.0, invites comments

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On behalf of CC Ireland, we are pleased to announce the draft of CC BY-NC-SA adapted to Irish law (PDF) is now in public discussion. The CC Ireland team, lead by Dr. Darius Whelan and Louise Crowley and hosted at the¬†University College Cork, has been working with Creative Commons International to port the licenses to…

In Sapporo at Jon Phillips 4.0 Launch

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Photo by-sa Freddy B. Used with permission from Photographer. I’m in Sapporo for the CC Legal Day, Commons Research Mini-conference which the Metrics Project is but part, and to further promote the CC Case Studies project. As Greg outlined so clearly last week and I presented at the launch of CC Singapore a few days…

Seesmic Adds Creative Commons License Support

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Super cool video conversation site Seesmic just rolled out its most requested feature today, Creative Commons licensing of course! Seesmic added all 6 primary licenses as option and CC Attribution 3.0 as default license for videos uploaded. “This means you determine how other people can use your content. Your choices are now between six combinations…

Timothy Vollmer and Rebecca Rojer are My 2008 CC Heroes

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And, you can be too! 2008 is half over. Seriously, this is a massively overdue in praise, adulation and support for Tim “TVOL” Vollmer and Rebecca “RRR” Rojer who started last summer 2007 at Creative Commons as interns along with the oustanding still-CC-blog-superstar Cameron Parkins tasked with specific projects all have seen through this blog.…

CC and ccLearn at OCWC 2008 in Dalian, China

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I just wrote a big post up on my appearance at the big Open Educational Resources conference OpenCourseWare Conference 2008 in Dalian. It is cut apart below: Jose speaking about Knowledge Hub at the Open Ed conference in Dalian, China, Photo by Tom Caswell I just arrived back home in Guangzhou, China from the OpenCourseWare…