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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged creativecommons

Kevin: A list of sources for photographs online including good sources of Creative Commons images.

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Kevin: Gage Skidmore (the photographer who took this shot of Romney) shoots for credit not for money, but he uses a Creative Commons licence, meaning that his photos have been used far and wide during the 2012 US election.

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Kevin: Suw and I are big fans and users of Creative Commons. Mashable has a great list of places to get free audio, video and images, many of them using Creative Commons licences.

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Kevin: You can now toggle the advanced Google Image search options to restrict images to those with a Creative Commons license, ready for certain re-use.

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Kevin: Steve Coast from the the OpenStreetMap Foundation talks about the groups work to create an open, Creative Commons licenced geo-data set. The Foundation loans out GPS devices to map areas. They currently have about 5GB of data.

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Kevin: The US government collects and publishes mountains of data that are easily used for these types of visualisations. The Obama administration will release most of the content from WhiteHouse.gov under public domain and licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0. I wonder whether this will drive even more open data publication by the US government.

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Suw: Fab comic explaining Google's Chrome browser project, drawn by none other than the amazing Scott McCloud. Wow. I mean, never has browser architecture seemed so sexy!

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Kevin: Ian Forrester sings the praises of Creative Commons. Let people know how they can use your work, not just that they can't.

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Suw: Another author in the fight to combat obscurity!

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Kevin: David Sasaki who I met through Global Voices has a great post on motivations for being Open - both with software and content. For those of you who get paid to create content and wonder why people do it for free, read this post.

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