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  1. The monkey selfie copyright dispute is a series of disputes about the copyright status of selfies taken by Celebes crested macaques using equipment belonging to the British nature photographer David Slater. The disputes involve Wikimedia Commons and the blog Techdirt, which have hosted the images following their publication in newspapers in July 2011 over Slater's objections that he holds the copyright, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), who have argued that the macaque should be assigned the copyright.

    It was argued that the images should be in the public domain, since copyright law says that it cannot be applied to non-human entities. A great issue to debate!
    Tags: , by cogdog and 1 other (2020-09-12)
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  2. Ok I made this tool for myself, but a lot of other folks seem to like it. This browser bookmarklet turns the tedious task of giving attribution of creative commons flickr photos into a one click operation.

    I use it every day
    Tags: , by cogdog (2020-09-12)
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  3. A provocative presentation by sava saheli singh a the HASTAC 2015 May 2015.

    "My presentation today is part of a larger work-in-progress that is essentially my dissertation, and I want to share some ideas and questions about what we think of as “open” and what we’re meant to think of as “open” and the ramifications of both of these positions. Just to set my presentation in the proper context, my research is on the role of Twitter in academic communities and scholarly work. While reading about, researching, and being part of scholarly communities online, I’ve had the time and opportunity to reflect a lot on the concept of “open”, and how that has evolved for me, and others, over time."
    Tags: by cogdog (2020-09-12)
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  4. Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS) is a search tool that aims to make the discovery of open content easier. Search can be made by uetword of browse by subject area. At the time of bookmarking, OASIS currently searches open content from 117 different sources and contains 388,707 records.

    OASIS is being developed at SUNY Geneseo's Milne Library.
    Tags: by cogdog (2020-09-12)
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