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CC Global Summit 2011

CC Global Summit 2011

If you’re into license questions, don’t miss the opportunity to attend the Creative Commons global summit in Warczaw! The event is open for registration and will take place September 16-18. The summit will bring together the CC community in Warsaw, Poland, to engage strategically on the future of our shared commons, and to collaborate on...
Schooltube investigated

Schooltube investigated

IIS will present the “Schooltube” report later today, a study that investigates how streaming video is used in education. The main finding is that Youtube and similar services are used less in the school world than in the society as a whole. The reason? Supposedly, a general lack of knowledge – so much for school....
Google rolls out new autorship markup

Google rolls out new autorship markup

Google just opened for support of authorship markup – a way to connect authors with their content on the web. The initiative will help people find more relevant content from better authors in search results. Author markup that enables websites to publicly link within their site from content to author pages. For example, if an...
Youtube adds CC option

Youtube adds CC option

Cool things are indeed happening these days. It’s been almost five years since Googles acquisition of Youtube, and the video giant is still a very separate creature from the rest of Google. A sign of this is Youtube’s independent steps towards introducing comprehensible licensing to it’s content. Youtube just announced the introduction of Creative Commons...
It's public - Public Domain Mark by CC

It’s public – Public Domain Mark by CC

Creative Commons has announced the release of the Public Domain Mark today – a sign that can be attached to all media that is free of copyright and is part of the public domain. The new mark, a slashed copyright-©, like a cross-breed between the international “no” sign and the copyright-©. It will now be...