Creative Commons, because it's fun


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Creative Commons, because it's fun

  1. 1. C b c d a because it's fun n SA m s © copyright Blender Foundation | r
  2. 2. ←2001 2010→ #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 2
  3. 3. c b da n #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 3
  4. 4. Copyright Creative Commons Copyleft #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 4
  5. 5. Cory Doctorow: “Here's what I think of it, in a nutshell: a little goes a long way, and more than that is too much.” #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 5
  6. 6. → cb an #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 6
  7. 7. “I hate the fact that fans who want to do what readers have always done are expected to play in the same system as all these hotshot agents and lawyers. It's just stupid to say that an elementary school classroom should have to talk to a lawyer at a giant global publisher before they put on a play based on one of my books. It's ridiculous to say that people who want to "loan" their electronic copy of my book to a friend need to get a license to do so. Loaning books has been around longer than any publisher on Earth, and it's a fine thing.” Cory Doctorow #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 7
  8. 8. “If I could loan out my physical books without giving up possession of them, I would. The fact that I can do so with digital files is not a bug, it's a feature, and a damned fine one.” Cory Doctorow #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 8
  9. 9. “It's the twentyfirst century. Copying stuff is never, ever going to get any harder than it is today (or if it does, it'll be because civilization has collapsed, at which point we'll have other problems). Hard drives aren't going to get bulkier, more expensive, or less capacious. Networks won't get slower or harder to access. If you're not making art with the intention of having it copied, you're not really making art for the twentyfirst century.” Cory Doctorow #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 9
  10. 10. Rodd Lucier Where do © copyright Blender Foundation | your ideas come from? “Copying stuff is natural. It's how we learn (copying our parents and the people around us). My first story, written when I was six, was an excited retelling of Star Wars, which I'd just seen in the theater.” Cory Doctorow #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 10
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  12. 12. pietercolpaert #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 12
  13. 13. #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 13
  14. 14. The results of the Peach open movie project has been licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. This includes all the data we’ve published online and on the DVDs, and all of the contents on this website. If any content on this site is not licensed as such, it will be clearly indicated. In short, this means you can freely reuse and distribute this content, also commercially, for as long you provide a proper attribution. © copyright Blender Foundation | #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 14
  15. 15. ”Dear Audience, I hereby give Sita Sings the Blues to you. Like all culture, it belongs to you already, but I am making it explicit with a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License. Please distribute, copy, share, archive, and show Sita Sings the Blues. From the shared culture it came, and back into the shared Nina Paley 28 February, 2009 culture it goes.” #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 15
  16. 16. Alle gebruikte info en afbeeldingen zijn beschikbaar onder hun eigen licentie. Volg daarvoor de bijgevoegde links. Licentie Creative Commons, because it's fun van Lennert Holvoet is in licentie gegeven volgens een Creative Commons Naamsvermelding-Niet-commercieel-Gelijk delen 2.0 België licentie cban #datasalon 5 - 2010/06/18 16