Month: June 2007

links for 2007-06-29

GNU General Public License – GNU Project – Free Software Foundation (FSF) “Version 3, 29 June 2007” (tags: gpl v3 free-software) LA Weekly – Slideshow – Bloc28 Opening: Artists Re-work Disney’s Mickey Mouse – Slick, Mear One, Greg Simkins and

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Joneses Updates

The Where Are The Joneses website has been improved based on comments from people who have been using it: http://www.wherearethejoneses.com/ The wiki in particular is now much easier to use: http://wherearethejoneses.wikidot.com/ Also Loca Records have posted about their involvement in

Posted in Free Culture, Projects

links for 2007-06-27

vague terrain 07: sample culture “We are very excited to announce that vague terrain 07: sample culture is now live. “ (tags: sampling free-culture)

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Ironised CC Licenses (BY-ND)

Technorati Tags: aesthetics, art, creative commons, satire

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Diamond Dust

I ordered some diamond dust. Next I need some quantum dots. They’re not aesthetic when you don’t look at them… Technorati Tags: aesthetics, art, satire

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Pure Aesthetic

Art is pretty & expensive. Diamonds are pretty & expensive. Art has form. Diamond dust has no form. Art is aesthetic. Diamond dust is pure aesthetic. Technorati Tags: aesthetics, satire

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links for 2007-06-26

Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog » Blog Archive » Colour inspiration from the masters of painting Colour palettes from paintings. (tags: colour palettes painting)

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Ironised CC Licenses (BY-NC)

Technorati Tags: creative commons, satire

Posted in Free Culture, Satire

links for 2007-06-25

Chase me ladies, I’m in the cavalry “I'm not going to provide links anymore. My good name should suffice. “ (tags: humour politics hutton) Boing Boing: MySpace, Facebook mirror class divisions in US society “Viewing American class divisions through Facebook

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Ironised CC Licenses (BY)

Technorati Tags: creative commons, free culture, satire

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