[cc-licenses] Articulating the commons: for the public domain, pro-noncommercial, and why require attribution?
hgmorris at sfu.ca
Mon Dec 26 22:33:26 EST 2011
Several contributions of mine that may be helpful in developing the
Version 4.0 suite of licenses. Links to relevant blogposts follow.
Strengthen the opportunities to contribute directly to the public
Three pictures, one small gift to everyone, with love
To everyone, with love
Noncommercial means noncommercial. It does not necessarily mean, I (or
my organization) necessarily reserves commercial rights for myself.
Journals with good creative commons models (all either permit or
Why require attribution?
Asks whether the idea of the individual author / creator is an
invention of the Enlightenment that is becoming less relevant with the
emergence of collaborative projects such as Wikipedia and Occupy.
Heather Morrison, MLIS
Doctoral Candidate, Simon Fraser University School of Communication
The Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics
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