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Monthly Archives: October 2005
creative commons australia team member elliott bledsoe has published a three page feature in desktop magazine called “Creative Commons: copyright for the digital age.”
the feature includes an analysis of the online regulatory environment and creative commons as an alternative to that. it offers information about what creative commons offers and how to use it. it discusses the practical uses of the sampling licences (yet to be launched in australia) and offers places to find cc licenced content.
“Creative Commons: copyright for the digital age” in desktop magazine, #211, november 2005, pp58-60 Continue reading
Below you will find powerpoint presentations made by members of the CCau team to various organisations.
the first annual Creative Commons fundraising drive has started and CC needs your support. since inception the organisation has offered authors and creators simple tools to mark their content with the freedom they believe it should carry. these tools have helped build a movement. there are now over fifty-million objects on the web that link back to our licenses. there are hundreds of volunteers working to spread our free licenses across the globe (like us here in the cc-au office).
funding had traditionally come from the substantial support of major foundations. but now we need to show the world that our support reaches beyond foundation boardrooms.
we want to sustain our growth by building a core membership in CC. we need these members to help us to continue to offer free tools to enable a flexible range of protections and freedoms for artists, educators, scientists and writers. your contribution will make an important difference now (More about donations and deductions).