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Creative Commons licenses

The Creative Commons licenses relates to the name of several copyright licenses released on December 16, 2002. The licenses were released by Creative Commons, a United States nonprofit corporation. Everybody can put their own creations under these licenses. There are four basic license conditions. A simple overview of these four: Noncommercial NC: Allow others to copy, distribute, display and perform the work and evolved version of it. They are not allowed to make money with it. Share Alike SA: Allow others to distribute evolved works only when they use the same license. See also copyleft. ...

                                               

Commons

Commons may refer to: Wikimedia Commons, a project of the Wikimedia Foundation Commons road, place where several roadways share pavement Common good Digital Commons, public domain knowledge reproduced in digital formats Common land, shared area of land Creative Commons, licensing system for creative works House of Commons, a parliamentary house The commons, shared resources

                                               

Creative destruction

Creative destruction is a term that came from Marxism. It talks about how wealth is gathered and lost under capitalism. The term was first used in Werner Sombarts Krieg und Kapitalismus These ideas were first discussed in books The Communist Manifesto, in Grundrisse "Volume IV" of Das Kapital.

                                               

Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988

The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It makes copyright law in the United Kingdom, which used to be taken from the Copyright Act 1956. It says that copyright for creative works lasts for 70 years after the author dies. A work can only be protected by copyright if it is one of: literary work, dramatic work, musical work, artistic work, movies, sound recordings, broadcasts, and text of published editions.

                                               

Literature

Literature is a group of works of art made up of words. Most are written, but some are passed on by word of mouth. Literature usually means works of poetry and prose that are especially well written. There are many different kinds of literature, such as poetry, plays, or novels. They can also be put into groups through their language, historical period, origin, genre, and subject. The word literature comes from the Latin word "learning, writing, grammar". Most of the earliest works were epic poems. Epic poems are long stories or myths about adventures. Ramayana and Mahabharta, two Indian e ...

                                               

Free culture

Free culture is a concept and a movement that tries to help people share art very freely. It says copyright laws are too strict and tries to create a less limiting system. The word "free" In "free culture" means "freedom", not price. The beginning of the movement is connected to Lawrence Lessig who has written a book named Free Culture and started Creative Commons, an organization that supports things like free culture and education. The movement is similar to free software movement but focuses on all art works, e.g. images or songs. Some free cultural works are for example the movie Big B ...

                                               

International Standard Name Identifier

The International Standard Name Identifier is a 16-digit number which uniquely identifies people who have contributed to creative works such as books, newspapers, music, plays, movies, and television programs. The ISNI Agency runs the database of numbers. It is part of the International Organization for Standardization. The ISNI Agency holds public records of over 9.8 million identities. The ISNI database project began in 2011.

                                               

Copyright

Copyright is a law that gives the owner of a work the right to say how other people can use it. Copyright laws make it easier for authors to make money by selling their works. It is one part of a group of laws about intellectual property. It helps protect authors from other people copying their works without permission and/for commercial purposes. With copyright, a work can only be copied if the owner gives permission. If someone copies a work without permission, the owner can say they infringed their copyright. When this happens, the owner may sue for the amount that should have been paid ...

                                               

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator is a computer program for making graphic design and illustrations. It is made by Adobe Systems. Pictures created in Adobe Illustrator can be made bigger or smaller, and look exactly the same at any size. It works well with the rest of the products with the Adobe name.

                                               

Judith Ortiz Cofer

Judith Ortiz Cofer was a Puerto Rican author. She is best known for her works of creative non-fiction and her works are to exposes the rifts and gaps that arise between her split cultural heritages. Her work also explores such subjects as racism and sexism in American culture. She was alsothen author of a children´s book. The topics she wrote about over her career: A Love Story Beginning in Spanish, Reaching for the Mainland and Selected New Poems, Terms of Survival, and The Poet Upstairs, Animal Jamboree/La Fiesta De Los Animales: Latino Folktales / Leyendas, and A Bailar!/Let’s Dance. Mo ...

                                               

Bilbao

Bilbao is a city in the Basque Country, in the North of Spain. There are 350.000 people living in Bilbao. In Bilbao is the Nervion river, which ends in the Bay of Biscay. Bilbao has an oceanic climate Cfb in the Koeppen climate classification. Bilbao was an industrial city, but today it is a tourist city. There are many things to see in Bilbao: Plaza del Sagrado Corazon Christs Holy Heart Square Gran Via Great Avenue Virgin Begoñas Basilic Bilbaos Town Hall Metro Bilbao Bilbaos Underground Bellas Artes Museum Fine Art Arriaga Theatre St. Jacobs Cathedral Guggenheim Museum Modern Art Casco ...

                                               

Art

Art is a creative activity that expresses imaginative or technical skill. It produces a product, an object. Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, performing artifacts, and expressing the authors imaginative mind. The product of art is called a work of art, for others to experience. Some art is useful in a practical sense, such as a sculptured clay bowl that can be used. That kind of art is sometimes called a craft. Those who make art are called artists. They hope to affect the emotions of people who experience it. Some people find art relaxing, exciting or informat ...

                                               

Piss Christ

Piss Christ is a 1987 photo that was taken by Andres Serrano. The picture is of a small plastic crucifix that is in a glass of Serranos urine. The piece won the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts "Awards in the Visual Arts" competition. This contest gets some of its money from the National Endowment from the Arts, a United States government group that gives money to art projects.

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Blythe Intaglios

The Blythe Intaglios are a group of figures on the ground near Blythe, California. They are similar to the Nazca Lines in Peru. They can be seen well only from high up. One of the figures is Mustamho, a creator deity. The Blythe Intaglios are on the National Register of Historic Places. They are also a California Historical Landmark.

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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