Share, Use, Remix: An Overview of Creative Commons

NTEN

Carly Leinheiser. Associate Attorney. Perlman & Perlman, LLP. Copyright laws can be confusing and so mired in legalese that they're almost incomprehensible. Creative Commons has tried to make copyright law easier to understand and allow content creators to share what they've created, and to allow other people to use the content they've created for their own purposes.

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Remixing the Clark

Idealware

To make the most of this period, the Clark has been experimenting with crowd-sourcing one of its exhibitions, called Remix. Visitors can virtually curate, or “remix”, selected artworks using a homegrown app called uCurate. And even if you’re not going to be in Western Mass for leaf season, you can curate your own virtual exhibit on the Clark’s Remix site and see what other folks have done: [link]. -->.

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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 The above slides are from yesterday's Extension presentation and focus on Step 8: User-Generated Content and Remixing. open remixable formats (ie an MP3, not a RealAudio stream). What are your metaphors for remixing?

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 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.

Beth5.0 - Flickr Photo Remix Birthday Card Contest!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

My big birthday is coming up this month and I'm celebrating it with a Flickr Photo Remix Contest. Create a birthday card by remixing a photo of Beth or remix one of your own (any photo) and send it into the Beth5.0

Remix Moma - Part 2

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last week I posted about Dave Gilbert's experiment with podcasting "unnofficial audio guides" at Moma, a project called "Apologia: We love MoMA. Hackers hack a platform out of respect for it." " This morning, Dave Gilbert emailed with a link to the NY Times article about his project. Way to go Dave! These audio guides were inspired by a recent podcasting trend called "sound seeing," in which people record narrations of their vacations so others can enjoy.

What Old School Hip Hop Teaches Us About Content Marketing

SocialFish

Walk away armed and ready to remix content, create authentic messaging that compels action, and think differently to innovate your messaging strategy. Key takeaways include: Understanding how to remix content.

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Monica Hamburg's Remix of the Social Media Game

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I love seeing how people remix the social media game. Monica Hamburg created the above remix. I love seeing how people remix the social media game. Game On: An Interactive Session On Social Media View more Microsoft Word documents from Monica Hamburg. That's one of the key benefits of working wikily - that if you get stuck in your own thoughts or way of doing something, someone else can add their creativity and inspire you. This game focuses on a small number of tools.

Personal Fundraising Remixed: I Love CC, Do You?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

That's why I remixed the fundraising widget on my blog in support of Creative Commons Annual Campaign. As a blogger and social media maker, I have a strong interest in the future of my work and participatory culture.

Good Curation VS Bad Curation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

What is good curation versus bad curation? The image is a remix of a presentation entitled ” Link Building by Imitation ” and authored by link building expert Ross Hudgens — and explains the skill set pretty well.

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Social Media Game: Kentucky Derby Remix for CNPE Conference

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The value of this game is in the reiteration, remixing, and of course sharing. You can find David's training games here.) David has reiterated this game over and over for different audiences and circumstances and I've remixed the game for filmmakers , took it to Cambodia and more recently to Hawaii. where I've collected links to others who have remixed and was hoping to create some templates and source material for people to remix it.

Demetrio Maguigad Rocks the Social Media Game and My Remix Ideas

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

   He has reiterated this game over and over for different audiences and circumstances and I've remixed the game for filmmakers and even took it to Cambodia.  Here's what I really liked about how he remixed the game. Well, off to remix  what do you thin

I'm Turning 50: Let's Celebrate! Flickr Birthday Card Remix Contest

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

My 50th birthday is this month and I'm celebrating it with a Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest. Create a birthday card by remixing a photo of Beth or remix one of your own or anyone else's photo of me in flickr and send it into the Beth5.0 Need some tools: Here's some remix flickr tools. I will donate $50 to the winner's favorite cause or charity. Just think of the funny caption you could add to the photo above using this tool.)

Open Source Thinking: A Remix Wikitation of Marnie Webb's Ten Ways To Use Web2.0 Tools

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Open source thinking is sharing and remixing. So, I remixed it for the audience. You can see my remix here. Flick Photo by Thomas Hawk. Later today I'm doing a Webinar, a briefing on Web2.0 tools for the good folks at NCNA.

Remix, Reuse, or Repurpose This Blog Post! Creative Commons Teachable Moment

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Remix this Powerpoint. If you don't know about Creative Commons, it was founded in 2001 , with a mission to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational, and scientific content) in “the commons” — the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing, and remixing. This licenses means that you don't have to ask permission to reuse, remix, or repurpose the work as long as you attribute the creator.

ICYMI: What Old School Hip Hop Teaches Us About Content Marketing

SocialFish

In the spirit of these 4 elements, we’ve pulled 4 lessons from hip hop that apply to content marketing: Innovation, Remixing, Authenticity, Storytelling. Remixing: Steal Like An Artist. RESOURCE: Remix by Lawrence Lessig.

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The best remix of one of my Cambodian Photos by Arn Chorn Pond

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Via my flickr stream. My last trip to Cambodia, I photographed monks. My best photograph was of three monks collecting offerings in Roteang Village. It has been used for the Facing History site as part of Arn Chorn Pond's story. I'm so honored.

Free E-Book: NetworkforGood Giving Day Planning Guide

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Making it easy for your champions to do the work is also important and you’ll find lots of templates and examples that you can remix on the Knight Foundation’s Giving Day Playbook and toolkits on the GivingTuesday site. Click to Download.

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It’s Not What You Know, It’s How You Learn

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Use video for capturing knowledge from webinars, trainings, skype sessions, and so on – that can be easily remixed into how-to guides and explanations. The Power of Remixable Content.

5 Content Marketing Success Stories Your Nonprofit Needs to Imitate

NetWits

Finding ways to remix older forms of content delivery is a hallmark of new age content-marketing and it’s also a great way to produce lasting content that keeps workingyou’re your organization. Yesterday we talked about the importance of content marketing for nonprofits.

Let the Countdown to NTEN’s Leading Change Summit Begin

Connection Cafe

The agenda of the Leading Change Summit is different than anything I’ve seen in the nonprofit space, an interesting reboot and remix of the traditional conference. I love the collaborative, high-octane brainstorming you can only find at a conference. But, I have to admit, its hard to translate PowerPoint presentations, panel discussions, and a huge stack of business cards into an actionable plan once back in the office.

Last 24 Hours to Remix the Web and Mobile for Change!

Social Actions

Holy cow! There are 24 Hours left to submit your projects to Social Actions' Change the Web Challenge and NetSquared's N2Y4 Mobile Innovation Challenge. Check out the two Challenges below and submit your world-changing projects today - There's a total of $60,000 in prizes!

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[SLIDES] What Old School Hip Hop Teaches Us About Content Marketing

SocialFish

DJ Kool Herc creates what we now know as the “break”… Four Elements: Innovation, Remixing, Authenticity, Storytelling. Remixing: Steal Like An Artist. RESOURCE: Remix by Lawrence Lessig.

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The Art of Aligning Social Media Strategy With Communications Strategy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Remixing Social Media Strategy Game View more presentations from kanter. Remixing Social Media Strategy Game View more presentations from kanter. Tags: remix scholar training materials Over the summer, Holly Minch , who is an expert at helping nonprofits and philanthropies unlock the potential of strategic communications for social change, suggested that I facilitate a workshop on social media strategy with a group of nonprofit and philanthropy communications folks. .

Your New Content Strategy [REGISTER!]

SocialFish

Unlike for-profits and small businesses, our challenge is not coming up with something to post, but rather coordinating and remixing content for social. The dog days of summer are over. Your boss will be asking questions. Questions like, “do we have a content strategy?”

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Are You Content Creation Impaired? Here’s Some Tips and Resources

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I shared the framework on this wiki – and encouraged other nonprofit capacity builders to remix it. I was thrilled to see this version (although not a nonprofit specific version) for content marketing from a report by Altimeter. Source: Copyblogger.

The Secret to Going Viral: Harnessing the Kevin Bacon Effect

NetWits

Put ‘em all together and you get the key to viral victory: Contagious: The holy grail of social media marketing is attained when your engaging, short, and believable message takes fire and people start spreading it on your behalf; hopefully even remixing your message and broadening your appeal.

E-Mediat Day 3: Digital Activism

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mary Joyce used a remix of the Social Media Game that I created with David Wilcox back in 2007 and has subsequently been used by many other nonprofit technology trainers. Mary’s remix simplified the tool selection to what was being taught during the TOT.

Crowdsourcing Campaign Videos: Let Your Members Be the Messengers

NTEN

Earth Day, Remixed. The final result, Biz Markie’s Earth Day Remix , exceeded expectations by gaining over 1 million views and getting covered by numerous outlets, including ABC News and CNN. By Danny De Bonis, Director, Political Media, IB5K.

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Nine Ways Networked Nonprofits Use Slideshare

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We set up a group in Slideshare to share and remix our slide presentations. (4) NTEN’s WeAreMedia project has taken this a step further and uses Slideshare so trainers can remix each other’s decks. (7) Slideshare. View more presentations from Beth Kanter.

10 Best Practices for Planning Successful Crowd Funding or Giving Day Campaigns

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Making it easy for your champions to do the work is also important and you’ll find lots of templates and examples that you can remix on the Knight Foundation’s Giving Day Playbook and toolkits on the GivingTuesday site.

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New on SSIR: You can has memesez?

Amy Sample Ward

For others, it means being aware of what the root of the meme is, why people are remaking and remixing the content, and how your community will respond. My latest contribution to the Stanford Social Innovation Review opinion blog is up!

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How Mature Is Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Practice?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The organization has strong capacity in content creation as well as repurposing or remixing across channels. Click Through to Flickr for Attributions.

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JogDogBlog: Help Alan Hate Running and Support A Good Cause

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest and I donated 50 bucks to his cause. Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest (details to be announced in early 2008), I caught this post.

Optimizing Event Outcomes

Connection Cafe

While this may not make sense for every organization, and this suggestion is likely to be scoffed at by many organizations, I’d suggest new and creative ways to remix events will become increasingly popular in this “new normal” we all live in.

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Social Media Integrated Campaign Case Study Slam: SSIR Social Media on Purpose Conference

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Humberto Kam talked about how they engage with influencers and let them spread and remix their content. Last week, I had the pleasure of designing and facilitating the ultimate social media practitioner panel at the Social Media on Purpose Conference hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review. The panelists included: Cindy Johanson , Executive Director, Edutopia. Matt Fitzgerald , Attention Lab Director, Upwell.

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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. Here's a few (good) examples of how I have remixed other people's work or other people have remixed my work. Remix This Powerpoint. The cover is from a remix mashup.

Growth of Creative Commons Photos on Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

so, while working on it I found the above data and just had to remix and blog it. What's cool is that you can remix the chart graphics (see below) and Swivel has CC licensing. I need to finish my Open Content/Creative Commons card game before I leave tommorrow. The chart was generated by a program called Swivel. Some other metrics can be found here

How do you define Creative Commons Attribution?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Michelle from aids.gov left a great comment in the original post letting me know how they remixed the work and use the strategy map questions to create their organization's social media strategy. Also, it is great to close the loop and have the opportunity to remix a remix.

12NTC: Nonprofits and the Future of Internet Rights

Tech Soup Blog

Let's say you or even one of your supporters remixed a video that included a sample of copyrighted music, and this video was linked from your website. Remember that SOPA thing that almost happened not too long ago?