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Digg Upgrades to the CC0 Waiver


Joining the likes of Flickr and the Personal Genome Project, Digg has now chosen our CC0 Waiver for their content. Daniel Burka writes on the official Digg blog about their choice: As of today, we’ve taken that one step further by upgrading our public domain license to the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) [waiver]. The CC0…

Trent Reznor on NIN's Business Models and the Future of Music

Open Culture

For‘s fourth Digg Dialogg, Kevin Rose interviews NIN’s front man Trent Reznor with questions submitted by the Digg community. Not surprisingly, the top rated question refers to NIN’s choice to use Creative Commons licenses when releasing his two recent albums. One of those albums, Ghosts I-IV, topped Amazon MP3 as the best selling album…

Rank Your Free Music on

Open Culture

What would happen if you combined digg‘s voting structure with Jamendo‘s CC business model and a healthy dose of free culture? You would end up with encourages musicians to upload their music so that it can be voted upon. Besides operating at no cost to musicians, and using our copyleft Attribution-ShareAlike license,…

Tonight: Creative Commons Salon SF w/ PLoS, Digg, Magnatune


Just a reminder that CC Salon is happening tonight from 6-9pm at Shine in San Francisco. CC Salon is a free, casual monthly get-together focused on conversation, networking, and presentations from people or groups who are developing projects that relate to open content and tools. CC Salon SF is now being presented in conjunction with…

Creative Commons Salon SF 8/9: PLoS, Digg, & Magnatune


Please join us for another CC Salon! CC Salon, San Francisco Wednesday, August 9, 6-9pm Shine (1337 Mission Street, between 9th and 10th Streets) CC Salon SF is now being presented in conjunction with CopyNight SF! This month’s line-up: * The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a not-for-profit organization comprised of scientists and physicians…