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Discover Art & Artists | The Art Institute of Chicago
Explore thousands of artworks in the museum’s wide-ranging collection—from our world-renowned icons to lesser-known gems from every corner of the globe—as well as our books, writings, reference materials, and other resources.
museums  chicago  art  publicdomain  freeculture 
9 weeks ago by SteveLambert
Redacted Font
This project is directly inspired by the BLOKK font. The idea is simple and brilliant, but I wasn't happy with functional aspects of that implementation of the idea, and it isn't an open source project, so I created my own. Credit where credit is due.
fonts  opensource  freeculture 
july 2013 by SteveLambert
SDF Public Access UNIX System - Free Shell Account and Shell Access
The Super Dimension Fortress is a networked community of free software
authors, teachers, librarians, students, researchers, hobbyists,
computer enthusiasts, the aural and visually impaired. It is operated
as a recognized non-profit 501(c)(7) and is supported by its members.

Our mission is to provide remotely accessible computing facilities for
the advancement of public education, cultural enrichment, scientific
research and recreation. Members can interact electronically with each
other regardless of their location using passive or interactive forums.
Further purposes include the recreational exchange of information
concerning the Liberal and Fine Arts.

Members have UNIX shell access to games, email, usenet, chat, bboard,
webspace, gopherspace, programming utilities, archivers, browsers, and
more. The SDF community is made up of caring, highly skilled people who
operate behind the scenes to maintain a non-commercial INTERNET.
hosting  freeculture 
march 2012 by SteveLambert
Free Art License - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Free Art License (abbr.: FAL, French: Licence Art Libre) is a copyleft license that grants the right to freely copy, distribute, and transform creative works without needing the author's explicit permission.
openculture  freeculture  licenses 
march 2012 by SteveLambert
A Trip to the Moon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Early films were pirated:

Méliès had intended to release the film in the United States to profit from it. Thomas Edison's film technicians, however, secretly made copies of it and distributed it throughout the country. While the film was still hugely successful, Méliès eventually went bankrupt.[1] This was due to the eventual view which was held towards his films that the special effects were overshadowing the plot. [7]
film  piracy  freeculture 
january 2012 by SteveLambert
Trip without a Ticket
The Diggers are hip to property. Everything is free, do your own thing. Human beings are the means of exchange. Food, machines, clothing, materials, shelter and props are simply there. Stuff. A perfect dispenser would be an open Automat on the street. Locks are time-consuming. Combinations are clocks.
diggers  4freedoms  freedom  freeculture  freestore 
november 2010 by SteveLambert
Home | Open Source Initiative
Open source is a development method for software that harnesses the power of distributed peer review and transparency of process. The promise of open source is better quality, higher reliability, more flexibility, lower cost, and an end to predatory vendo
freeculture  opensource 
march 2008 by SteveLambert
Public Domain Donor
Why let all of your ideas die with you? Current Copyright law prevents anyone from building upon your creativity for 70 years after your death. Live on in collaboration with others. Make an intellectual property donation. By donating your IP into the publ
freeculture  pranks  hunterima  evanroth 
february 2008 by SteveLambert
Cooperation Commons
The Cooperation Commons aims to create an interdisciplinary study of cooperation and collective action by:
collaboration  freeculture  education  opensource 
april 2007 by SteveLambert
Copyright Comic
Tales from the Public Domain: BOUND BY LAW? “Will a spiky-haired, camera-toting super-heroine... restore decency and common sense to the world of creative endeavor?” -Paul Bonner, The Herald-Sun “Bound By Law lays out a sparkling, witty, moving and
copyright  freeculture  publicspace  fairuse 
july 2006 by SteveLambert

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