[Air-l] Web 2.0 - "the machine is us?"

Richard Hall rhall at umr.edu
Wed Feb 14 07:03:55 PST 2007


The interesting thing about the CC license and youtube is that in youtube's
terms of agreement they reserve the right to use the video for any
commercial purposes they want so long as you have it posted there (e.g., I
don't remember the details of the CC licence, but, if it's
nc-non-commercial, and youtube has adds, this is already being violated.)

Having a CC license on a youtube video really doesn't make sense.

There are so much better options.

Blip.tv is the best, in my view and they specifically support CC licenses.

In addition, ourmedia.org, which uses the internet archive is great too,
though they've had some reliability issues, which, as I understand, are
being fixed.

... Richard

-- 
Richard H. Hall, PhD
http://umr.edu/~rhall


On 2/13/07 9:36 AM, "Paul Jones" <pjones at metalab.unc.edu> wrote:

> I am sad however that the presentation itself is only available on youtube
> and from MediaFire (as a windowsmedia file -- one that doesn't play on my
> mac which makes me doubly sad).
> the work is listed as CC license but is only available in non-free formats
> that don't allow for easy remix.
> Love the Mojiti option which is real Web 2.0 (except that download isn't
> there either)
> 
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