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 The review of the EU's copyright directive is in full swing. 20 April 2015 Julia Reda, MEP and the Parliament's rapporteur on said directive, and Josef Weidenholzer, MEP (S&D), held two panel discussions on the forefront of these developments inside the European Parliament. The event was held as a way of replying to the criticism hurled against her draft report by other Members of the European Parliament as well as lobbyists, interest groups, an...
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Always good to know about you,and the news in the media.Thanks.
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The following is quoted from Gardner Campbell's "why I teach" and it has floored me:
"Silence is imaginary, because the world never stops making noise. A sound is a disruption of the air, and it doesn’t so much die as recede until it subsides beneath the level of the world’s random noise and can no longer be recovered, like a face that is lost in a crowd. In past times, people sometimes thought that all sounds that ever existed were still present, hovering like ghosts. Guglielmo Marconi, who sent the first radio message, in 1902, believed that with a microphone that was sufficiently sensitive he could hear Jesus delivering the Sermon on the Mount, and in 1925 a writer for the Washington Post speculated that a radio was capable of broadcasting the voices of the dead. A radio transmits vibrations, he wrote, and the voices of the dead “simply vibrate at a lower rate.” #ccourses  
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This was the highlight of #Phonar13 for me. Thanks for sharing - just awesome.
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Thank you for inspiring me to do this task  :) 
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#Phonar contrib Jason Tilley's really touching addition to his India project. don't miss this one.
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The ACLU: They're making a list they're checking it twice, they're watching almost every electronic device. The NSA is coming to town.... so encrypt for goodness sake.
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Greetings Open Education Colleagues:

Good news!

The CC 4.0 licenses are now live and available for use: http://creativecommons.org/choose

4.0 Blog posts:
http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/40768
http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/40935

What’s New in 4.0?
http://creativecommons.org/Version4

4.0 Policy Decisions and Versioning Notes:
http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Version_4

Evolution of the 4.0 license drafts:
http://wiki.creativecommons.org/4.0/Drafts

And for good measure: Best practices in CC Marking and providing attribution:
http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Marking

[excerpt from the blog post]

"The 4.0 versioning process has been a truly collaborative effort between the brilliant and dedicated network of legal and public licensing experts and the active, vocal open community. The 4.0 licenses, the public license development undertaking, and the Creative Commons organization are stronger because of the steadfast commitment of all participants."

The CC Education team will host webinars on what the 4.0 licenses mean for open education. I will advertise webinar dates / times.

Many thanks to so many of you who contributed to the building of these updated legal tools!  Together we can help teachers and learners around the world share what they create, reuse others' educational resources, and adjust learning spaces to increase access, reduce costs and improve pedagogy.

Warmest regards,

Cable

PS - Thank you for sharing this news through your channels and with your communities.

Cable Green, PhD
Director of Global Learning
Creative Commons
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http://creativecommons.org/education
reuse, revise, remix & redistribute
The most recent license version is 4.0, which can be used internationally. If you are searching for a port of the license for a particular jurisdiction, however, you may still use them. If your jurisdiction is not on this list, or if you want to use the latest version of the licenses instead of ...
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Hi Duane, Today @Laura_Ritchie taught my [photography] class here in the UK to play this piece and Duane you came into the class via skype straight from your gig in Honolulu - it was just too awesome sir and an experience that some of them (certainly me) will never forget. Thank you very much from all of our phonar.org 2014 class.
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so great to share music with everyone! All the best to everyone at phonier.org!
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The following is quoted from Gardner Campbell's "why I teach" and it has floored me:
"Silence is imaginary, because the world never stops making noise. A sound is a disruption of the air, and it doesn’t so much die as recede until it subsides beneath the level of the world’s random noise and can no longer be recovered, like a face that is lost in a crowd. In past times, people sometimes thought that all sounds that ever existed were still present, hovering like ghosts. Guglielmo Marconi, who sent the first radio message, in 1902, believed that with a microphone that was sufficiently sensitive he could hear Jesus delivering the Sermon on the Mount, and in 1925 a writer for the Washington Post speculated that a radio was capable of broadcasting the voices of the dead. A radio transmits vibrations, he wrote, and the voices of the dead “simply vibrate at a lower rate.” #ccourses  
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MIssing #phonar  ? You might notice some familiar open and connected aspects to this bad boy over at World Press Photo...... :)
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Some of the things I got up to in 2013 using Google Apps Script and Google Sheets ... most maneuvers for the Data Liberation Front 
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"photography has morphed into a 2nd language, a form of note-taking, an addictive habit from cradle to grave.”#phonar 
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