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Remix Culture & CC
Transcript of Remix Culture & CC
CREATIVE COMMONS REMIX CULTURE Old products derivate
transform into New products TRANSFORM COMBINE COPY Kirby Ferguson CREATIVITY "Creativity comes from whitout, not from whitin" idea I INVENTED
NOTHING NEW. I simply assembled the discoveries of other men behind whom were centuries of work. Had I worked fifty or ten or even five years before, I would have failed. So it is with every new thing. Progress happens when all the factors that make for it are ready and then it is inevitable. Henry Ford EXAMPLES FEW A MUSIC ADS COMIC VIDEO EVERYTHING is REMIX REMIX CULTURE BUMPS INTO Lawrence Lessig Against Copyright Rewrite Culture Read only Culture vs. Use of culture = COPY PIRATED CONTENTS HE FiNDS AN ALTERNATIVE Free licenses Certain and uses conditions or even
PUBLIC DOMAIN TYPES OF LICENSE Attribution Non-commercial Share alike No derivative works ... to COPYLEFT
... to SOME RIGHTS reserved. From COPYRIGHT...
From ALL RIGHTS reserved... THREE LAYER LICENSE Legal code Machine readable Commons Deed From one –to-many to many-to-many: people copy, transform and share existing contents, which are also copied, transformed and shared.
Remix culture is legally limited by copyright
Copyleft is a legal and not restrictive way to promote remix culture.
Creative Commons appears as an alternative to these legal limits.
Creative Commons gives free licenses to authors so they can decide which use they allow people to make of their work. CONCLUSIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
Free Culture, Lawerence Lessig (2008)
New Media Ecology, Carlos Alberto Scolari (2009) http://creativecommons.org/
http://www.sindominio.net/unomada/stallman.html BOOKS WEBS VIDEOS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ywrPSuEK6MS