.@wilbanks #TEDGlobal talk on medical #opendata: http://bit.ly/LkOXc6. Consent to Research (http://weconsent.us) uses #CC0, #CC BY
CCHits.net creator tells his story @CCUnitedKingdom blog: http://bit.ly/NvPewA #opendata #CC0
Musician Dan Bull reaches #9 on UK indie charts using #CC0: http://ur1.ca/95jth @CCUnitedKingdom
12 million catalog records released under #CC0 by Harvard Library !cc #internetarchive !fc http://ur1.ca/9327m
Harvard Library releases 12 million catalog records into the public domain using #CC0: http://hvrd.me/JlShEE
Yesterday Nature Publishing Group @npgnews released publication data for 450,000+ articles via #CC0: http://bit.ly/HNR4UA
Latest updated #CC Case Study - Mercy Corps' Office in a Box: http://ur1.ca/8x384 #CC0
RT @NPGnews: NPG is pleased to be opening access to its publication data via a linked data platform http://bit.ly/HqwExG #opendata #CC0
National Libraries and a Museum open up their data using #CC0! http://ur1.ca/8mhhf #opendata #glam
@cwebber don't want #OSI to rubber-stamp particularly for #Establishment institutions. Meanwhile, I'll continue to promote #CC0.
Don't get me wrong, I still love #CC0, but this is yet another #fail'ure of FLOSS in the struggle to achieve legal rationality.
Europeana creates simple video to explain linked #opendata: http://bit.ly/zvwqZr #CC0
Germany Nat'l Library begins releasing standard data into the #publicdomain via #CC0 (German): http://bit.ly/zJ6XHS
Data sharing platform @Figshare feat. in podcast at 17:58 http://bit.ly/ygSrHQ. Data is shared via #CC0, other media #CC BY (via @kaythaney)
@psquid I hereby release that dent under !CC0
@tekk Actually this does raise an interesting question - isn't #CC BY too heavyweight a purported license for dents? Should be !CC0
@bkuhn Fortunately #CC has redeemed itself through !CC0. Have I told everyone I #love CC0? (Tho' should have patent license.)
http://bemasc.net/wordpress/2011/08/05/evolution/ evolution, the acapella song. !publicdomain !CC0 !freemusic ht @mindspillage
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