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Twitter / brinxmat: I lied, I will keep repeating ...
"I lied, I will keep repeating it until you comply: STOP USING GODDAMNED ATTRIBUTION LICENSES!"
licensing  data  openData  linkedData  attribution 
december 2013 by petej
UK.Gov passes Instagram Act: All your pics belong to everyone now • The Register
"So while the Twitterati and intelligentsia were ranting away about "Big Content", we've just lost the ability to sell our own content. In other words, you've just been royally fucked."
legal  copyright  photographs  metadata  UK  attribution  orphanWorks 
may 2013 by petej
Dude-ly Digital Dualism Debates » Cyborgology
'Yes, “academia is a feudal system” (to quote the cliché I’m already sick of hearing). Yes, when tenure time comes, we’ll all be judged according to our individual output; The University will not care what kind of colleagues we have been, how we have worked with others, what we have accomplished collectively. Without a doubt, we are structurally incentivized to view The Academy in “survival of the fittest” terms. But my god, don’t we want to change this? Aren’t we committed to forging a mode of scholarship that’s more just, that’s more accessible and accountable, and that moves beyond the much-maligned model in which a bunch of white men with PhDs sit around talking to themselves and believe they’ve conquered the world? Would any of us be engaged in the somewhat transgressive practice of public, inter- and non-disciplinary theory work that Cyborgology and similar blogs represent, if not?

I don’t know about you, dear reader, but I want a different Academy—and while I probably won’t get one in my own lifetime, I remain committed to working toward that goal.'
digitalDualism  citation  attribution  gender  exclusion  augmentedReality  academia  debate  citations 
march 2013 by petej
Why links matter: Linking is the lifeblood of the web — Tech News and Analysis
"Whether or not you believe in the value of the so-called “link economy,” giving credit to the sources of the information you used to develop a post or story is a principle that distinguishes ethical outlets from unethical ones. And as David Weinberger of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society has pointed out in the past, the ability to link to sources is also a critical element of transparency and something that separates online media from print."
linking  attribution  news  Web  trust  ethics 
july 2012 by petej

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