Creative Commons

GreenXchange: Sustainable Innovation Meets the Creative Commons

We live in an era in which green innovation reigns — and, at times, rains, even pours, from companies, universities, and research labs. A wide range of disciplines, from biotech and nanotech to cleantech and infotech, are enabling the design and manufacture of things that are lighter, simpler, cheaper, smarter, less wasteful, less toxic, and less resource-intense.

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Licensing Your Dissertation under Creative Commons

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Creative Commons Case Study Database

by: Karl Long

I think many of us intuitively know how important Creative Commons is in supporting the co-creativity, like mashups and many kinds of consumer generated content. Now we don't have to rely on our intuition and Creative Commons have created a database of case studies of it's use around the world.

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Must We Give away Digital Creative Works?

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A Stinky Prediction for Anyone in the Creative Business

by: Scott Goodson

Paul Krugman's Op Ed in Friday's New York Times should be bone chilling for anyone working in the creative end of the business world. That is if you believe it.

He suggests that the digital world and the net is and will increasingly devalue creativity to the extent that businesses will need to give it away for free in order to maintain relationships with customers.

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Forget the Art School. Photo-sharing Sites Have Their Own Ideas about Beauty

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open-access is the future: boycott locked-down academic journals

by: danah boyd

On one hand, I'm excited to announce that my article "Facebook's Privacy Trainwreck: Exposure, Invasion, and Social Convergence" has been published in Convergence 14(1) (special issue edited by Henry Jenkins and Mark Deuze). On the other hand, I'm deeply depressed because I know that most of you will never read it.

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