Remix This Power Point!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" I'm trying to walk the walk and talk the talk of Remixing Content for nonprofits. One thing you'll notice is that the presentation itself is a remix of a remix. I remixed it from an earlier prsentation called Associations 2.0 It also incorporates cc licensed materials from others, including videos and flickr photos. The above slides are from yesterday's Extension presentation and focus on Step 8: User-Generated Content and Remixing.

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Mike Remixes My CC Entry

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mike is writing some great stuff on remix culture and creative commons license. Mike isn't doing this particular mashup for fun, he's trying to move forward some debate about methods and issues with specific licensing uses for mashups. Mike writes this post Avoid YouTube if You Wanna Remix and Mashup. Remember the aim is to have your content turn up in searches for media that is suitable for remix. from my default Creative Commons license?

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10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. My initial remix thought (wrong) was to look for examples that were related to agriculture, but the extension is so much more. adoption strategies ( remix from Association 2.0). Remixed from here and here ). Step 8: Understand The Power Remix Culture and User-Generated Content.

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What happens when you set your content free with creative commons licensing?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

People can add and embellish your content and if you have access to the remix, it can give you new ideas. I use the " BY Attribution " creative commons license. I've used this license. I still sometimes see rather blank expressions when I ask about turning to CC licensed resources to find photos. No, but is more likely to happen is that people will use the work, use the license honestly, and improve the work. Remix This Powerpoint.

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Copyright Doesn’t Have to be All or Nothing: Intellectual Property Rights and Creative Commons

Allegiance Group

The whole idea of copyright, fair use, and intellectual property rights exploded into popular consciousness with the release of DJ Danger Mouse’s Grey Album , which was a mashup of the music from the Beatles’ White Album and vocals from Jay Z’s Black Album. Mashups have been a regular practice of live performances by club DJs for years, but this was actually released as an album.