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My Workspace

Whilst slacking in the Creative Commons Slack channel, a few people were sharing their remote working setups (or for distributed organisations, their normal working setup). So I thought I’d create a quick sketch of mine. On reflection, I seem to have acquired a few boards: White, Chopping and Dart. The Chopping board has been one of the best work-hacks I’ve discovered (costing all of £8 from IKEA). It allows be to work at an angle to my desk, giving me more leg room, a healthier posture, and works a treat with an apple wireless keyboard hooked on the top of the board.

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Copyright vs. Creative Commons

Copyright and Creative Commons licences come from totally different directions. I was talking with Kamil from Creative Commons about certificates and knowledge, and this contrast emerged. Read his full post here

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Certificates, Pot Luck style…

Certificates that recognise something are often done by people at people. Creative Commons is taking a different approach. They’re asking the question, what can each of us bring in order to help recognise each other’s knowledge of the commons?. It’s possible that the word “certificate” won’t represent what it will evolve into. And I for one like the sound of that…

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