“Change.gov adopted a new copyright policy this weekend. In an effort to create a vibrant and open public conversation about the Obama-Biden Transition Project, all website content now falls under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License:”
“The reason it’s necessary to have a vibrant public domain is that people need to have access to ideas and to the expression of ideas in order to be able to be able to go away and create new works.”
“Listen to over 500 hand-picked complete albums. If you like what you hear, download an album for as little as $5 (you pick the price), or buy a real CD, or license our music for commercial use.” Bates alum.
“Presentation of ‘three stories and an argument’ … brings together John Philip Sousa, celestial copyrights, and the ‘ASCAP cartel’ to build a case for creative freedom.”
“A community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons, where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want.”
“In the heart of the Silicon Valley, legal doctrine is emerging that will determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come.”
“Remember outsourcing? … The new pool of cheap labor: everyday people using their spare cycles to create content, solve problems, even do corporate R & D.”
“Your online music profile … is used to create a personal radio station and to find users who are similar to you. Last.fm can even play you new artists and songs you might like.”
“A community of faculty, academic technologists, librarians, administrators, and other academic professionals who will help create a comprehensive web resource focused on liberal arts education.”
“We provide free storage and free bandwidth for your videos, audio files, photos, text or software.” Front end to the Internet Archive.