Video now online: CC Salon (2011-01-11) w/ Internet Archive, LinkedIn, 3taps, Tim O'Reilly

What does it mean to be open in a data-driven world? On January 11, 2011, we gathered together four knowledgeable individuals who interact with data in different ways and who each understand the importance of exploring this timely question. The result was a stellar CC Salon at LinkedIn Headquarters. You can now watch the video … Read More “Video now online: CC Salon (2011-01-11) w/ Internet Archive, LinkedIn, 3taps, Tim O'Reilly”

CC recognized "For Raising Collective Intelligence"

At the Program for the Future conference, Creative Commons received the first Collective Intelligence Recognition Award for an organization. Tim O’Reilly received the first individual award. From the press release (pdf): The awards were presented by renowned computer visionary and inventor Douglas Engelbart and Robert Stephenson, curator at The Tech Museum of Innovation. Said Engelbart: … Read More “CC recognized "For Raising Collective Intelligence"”

Obama-Biden transition site Change.gov now under a Creative Commons license

Change.gov, the website of US president-elect Barack Obama’s transition team, has undergone some important and exciting changes over the past few days. Among them is the site’s new copyright notice, which expresses that the bulk of Change.gov is published under the most permissive of Creative Commons copyright licenses – CC BY. Except where otherwise noted, … Read More “Obama-Biden transition site Change.gov now under a Creative Commons license”