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Iron Man and the Right Not to Be Attributed

Open Culture

When Jeremy Keith, a web developer living and working in England took a photo of Vehicle Assembly Building at Cape Canaveral and posted it to Flickr under our Attribution license (which seems to be the flavor of the month around here), he had no idea it was eventually going to end up in the blockbuster…

The Growing Hybrid Business of Music Sharing

Open Culture

One of the things we’ve become very interested in finding more examples of are creators who are using our licenses in combination with traditional business models. For example, many musicians (including our recent Commoner Letter author Jonathan Coulton) sell copies of their CC-licensed music. This may seem cognitively dissonant but in practice it makes perfect…

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…