How ToWanna Work Together? jr69 6 years ago 24 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Latest Creative Commons video. License: CC-BY (2.5) Video Rating: 4 / 5 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How To Fold a T-shirt in 2 seconds jr69 July 1, 2014 How to Make Katsudon (Pork Tonkatsu Bowl) カツ丼の作り方 jr69 October 31, 2012 Cows are Jerks (Minecraft/Machinima) jr69 December 29, 2012 Water In Your Dash? 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InezSmartLabouratory November 1, 2012 how come the creative commons video isnt creative commons? vionicle November 1, 2012 It’s illegal for YouTube to prevent ppl from downloading this vid because that’s Digital Rights Management. Also, there’s an (technical) option to license under CC but it doesn’t affect the copyright status. EightHundredBills November 1, 2012 word up Kensei Abbot and 800 Bills are down Vilamon November 1, 2012 Excellent Video! I really enjoyed it. If you’re interested in these subjects you may also like the work being done by BEWARE OF IMAGES. It’s a feature-length, animated documentary about the history of visual representation. The movie explores the intricate relationship between the technology, regulation and social effects of mass media. Its aim is to serve as an educational and entertaining media literacy tool that can be enjoyed by everyone. bdwrek November 1, 2012 Brilliant CC video. Creative Commons licenses have helped my Netlabel grow and it will continue to grow. Thank you Creative Commons fltrck November 1, 2012 Nine Inch Nails were not born “established”… caz1948 November 1, 2012 ASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Ricardo M. MORALES November 1, 2012 hi: that’s really good :-) where i can found it in spanish? for my students and colleagues in west argentine schools and institutes. tks in advance. regards :-) jmm1233 November 1, 2012 Lawerance Lusing is a genius , hope i spelt his name right :P THEBANDSTEEL November 1, 2012 ok what the heck this vid is retarded!!! LucaPIRANHAMASTER November 1, 2012 Creative Commons rocks! I’ve just taken a CC license for my website :) rossyfox November 1, 2012 ljsab: I think you are missing the point of Creative Commons. It is about helping individuals to redefine the rules covering their works if they make the personal choice to do so. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to make a dollar from your art – Creative Commons isn’t about destroying copyright, in fact the licenses only work BECAUSE copyright law EXISTS. Also, Creative Commons is a great way for the struggling independent artist to release demos. spazdor November 1, 2012 Easy. They should waste years of their talent and effort to get signed to a major label, only to end up with a recording contract which the label only signed in order to lock down the copyrights and keep them from competing with the other established artist they’re already backing in the genre. They can then record 3 or 4 releases for which the label provides only the bare minimum promotion required by the contract, and the band can escape 5 years later, bereft of any remaining love of music. ljsab November 1, 2012 Mate, you’re the retard for using an established band like Nine Inch Nails as an example. What about the struggling independent artist? hmmm? spazdor November 1, 2012 Look up Nine Inch Nails’ most recent release, “Ghosts”.More than 3/4 mill earned in the first day.Retard. spazdor November 1, 2012 A YouTube commenter completely missing the point.How typical. ladamasognatrice November 1, 2012 I think you shouldn’t criticize what you don’t know… I was skeptical about CC at the beginning… but then I read Lessig’s books… it’s not a fact of working for free… it’s allowing other creative persons to use and improve your job for non-commercial purposes by creating a second life when your work has ended his commercial life… I recommend to read his books.. to widen your perspective…. iadv November 1, 2012 In fact you can make money from CC licensed stuff. Check out magnatune for example, it’s a record label and the artists there have CC licensed music. You are encouraged to share it with friends, but it doesn’t allow commercial usage. ljsab November 1, 2012 and now there are millions and millions of idiots out there giving their work away for free. What’s wrong with wanting to make a dollar from your art? How’s the artist supposed to make a living? Free culture at the expense of the artist. How typical. Created by a lawyer… How typical. deluxndotcom November 1, 2012 Fantastic video! themiracleinu November 1, 2012 absolutely IN!