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The Public Domain Manifesto is an effort to describe the strengths of public domain, and to encourage support. Some of the general principles: The Public Domain is the rule, copyright protection is the exception. Copyright protection should last only as … Continue reading
Amazon.com has given in to the Publisher’s Guild on the issue of text-to-speech capabilities in the Kindle 2. In their press release, Amazon states up front that “Kindle 2′s experimental text-to-speech feature is legal: no copy is made, no derivative … Continue reading
The International Music Score Library Project is a great concept: a collection of public domain musical scores made freely available to musicians, composers, and everyone else as well! Note also that the site was built using MediaWiki software. found via … Continue reading