The Official Unofficial Creative Commons Facebook Application

Last weekend I spent Saturday morning writing the Creative Commons License Application for Facebook. The premise is simple: installing the application allows Facebook users choose and place a CC license badge on their profile page indicating which license they want their content to be available under. Alongside the badge is text that explains what content … Read More “The Official Unofficial Creative Commons Facebook Application”

Reminder: December Technology Summit Registration – Now with Student Rates

Just a quick reminder that registration is still open for the December Technology Summit taking place in Cambridge, MA.  The program looks like a great set of presentations about technology that touches CC: RDFa, digital copyright registries, embedded metadata and more. Registration is available online and we’ve added student rates at about half the normal … Read More “Reminder: December Technology Summit Registration – Now with Student Rates”

Thingiverse Launches with Stellar Commons Implementation

Bre Pettis, the uber-DIY hacker of NYC’s Resistor space and self-replicator guru Zach Hoeken are launching Thingiverse today. Thingiverse is an “object sharing” site that enables anyone to upload the schematics, designs, and images for their projects. Users can then download and reuse the work in their projects using their own laser cutters, 3D printers, … Read More “Thingiverse Launches with Stellar Commons Implementation”