mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

#This blog is answering the question: Lovink (Reader, page 222) also argues that: “No matter how much talk there is of community and mobs, the fact remains that blogs are primarily used as a tool to manage the self”. Discuss this argument, giving an example of a blog. Specify chosen argument in your answer. “Blogging … Continue reading

CC revealed.

# This blog is answering the question: Following week 10 tutorial’s exercise, explain why you chose the Creative Commons license that you added to your blog and discuss the relevance (or not) of adding the license. “… to maintain the rights of creators and scientists using Creative Commons licenses, to stipulate limits to modifications of … Continue reading

Copyright, Creative Commons, you, and me.

“The copyright bargain: a balance between protection for the artist and rights for the consumer.” Robin Gross (Brainy Quote™, 2011) You may probably know better than me about copyright. Copyright is “all rights reserved”, meaning: the exclusive rights of an author or a creator of his original work, to do practically anything towards it (copy … Continue reading