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On Wed, Mar 14, 2007 at 10:36:43AM +0800, Chris McCormick wrote:
Indeed. All my stuff is Creative Commons licensed, and I am definitely not alone. There is a huge wealth of material out there with CC licenses, everything from music to mixes (ccmixter.org) to sound effects and field recordings (freesound archive) to photographs (Flickr.com has a Creative Commons section), etc.
Professor Lessig of Creative Commons was inspired by the approach that Richard Stallman and Eben Moglen took with the GPL, and it's very smart. You can't change a horribly broken and deeply-entrenched system, but you *can* go off and create your own better alternative to it.
Somewhat off-topic, but it's often struck me that only a LISP programmer would have come up with the recursive hack that is the GPL. :-)
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