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Monday, April 25, 2011

Creative Commons Salon: Open Services Innovation

Watch the video from this event on CC's Vimeo channel.

Creative Commons (CC) is pleased to present with Hewlett-Packard (HP) Labs the next Creative Commons Salon: Open Innovation, at the HP campus in Palo Alto. This CC Salon will feature two speakers from HP Labs as well as author of Open Innovation and Berkeley professor Henry Chesbrough to discuss the topic of open services innovation as it relates to collaboration between businesses, universities, and in research in ways that spur creativity and maximize impact. Following a networking and refreshment hour, our speakers will each give a brief presentation sharing their personal work and experience. We will close with a period of questions and discussion from the audience. The event is free and open to the public, but due to security we are requiring that all attendees register in advance for this event.

Our speakers for the evening include:

Henry Chesbrough, Executive Director of the Center for Open Innovation at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He is known as “the father of open innovation”, due to his book, Open Innovation (Harvard Business School Press, 2003). This book was named a “Best Business Book” by Strategy & Business magazine, and the best book on innovation on NPR’s All Things Considered. Scientific American magazine named him one of the top 50 technology and business leaders in recognition of his research on industrial innovation. His most recent book, Open Services Innovation (Jossey Bass, 2011) analyses open innovation in services’ contexts. It was favorably reviewed in The Economist, and is being translated into several languages.

Rich Friedrich, Director of the Strategy and Open Innovation Office in HP Labs. Leading a global team, Rich is responsible for the strategy and portfolio management of HP’s central research organization, applying Open Innovation to amplify and accelerate research investments, and technology transfer so that the company can monetize these technologies. In his strategic role he is responsible for research investments in nano-technology, exascale computing, cyber security, information management, cloud computing, 3-D immersive interaction, sustainability, social computing and commercial digital printing. HP’s Open Innovation program is recognized as the only global, open, competitive innovation program that has established deep and impactful research collaborations between industry and academia.

Jamie Erbes, Director, Services Research Lab, HP Labs. Jamie joined HP’s Office of Strategy and Technology in 2008 as the Chief Technology Officer for Software & Solutions where she supported the company-wide software strategy for Business Technology Optimization (BTO), HP’s IT management software, and Communications & Media Solutions, with offerings for the CME industry. In this role she helped create a forward-looking vision for cloud services and their impact on Enterprise IT management.

Special thanks to HP Labs for generously agreeing to host this event.

Date & Time

  • Monday, April 25, 2011
  • 6:00- 8:00 PM PST (presentations start at 7:00 PM)
  • Refreshments provided
  • Instructions for finding the event: Park in front of Building 3 U (Upper) and enter lobby to sign in.

HP Labs
1501 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Google Map/Directions

Monday, January 11, 2011

Creative Commons Salon Mountain View: What Does it Mean to Be Open in a Data-Driven World?

Watch the video from this event on Blip.tv.

Our next salon will be held at LinkedIn Headquarters in Mountain View and will feature speakers from LinkedIn, 3taps, and Internet Archive to discuss the increasingly important topic of data as it relates to sharing, privacy, and innovation in the 21st century. Our speakers will each spend a few minutes sharing their personal work and experience with online data, and we will then transition into a panel discussion moderated by Tim O'Reilly, founder of O'Reilly Media, to further explore the topic.

CC Salons are informal events that bring people together around 21st century issues such as digital copyright, creativity, and sharing online. We typically have an audience of 30-50 professionals from many different disciplines, and the theme varies from education to science to media, and more.

Our speakers for the evening include:

Peter Brantley is the Director of the BookServer Project at the Internet Archive, a San Francisco-based not for profit library. He writes widely on the transformations in libraries and publishing, and most recently hosted the Books in Browsers conference in San Francisco. Peter has significant experience with academic research libraries and digital library development programs, and was previously the Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation. He is also the co-founder of the Open Book Alliance.

Karen Gifford leads the business development efforts at 3taps, a platform for exchanges of all kinds. 3taps searches in real time for postings – transaction-specific information about items offered for exchange, such as a job offer or a watch for sale – across a universe that includes the Internet and Twitter. Prior to joining 3taps, Karen worked as a Senior Director at Promontory Financial Group and as Counsel and Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

DJ Patil, Chief Scientist and leader for Analytics and Data Teams at the LinkedIn Corporation. He is responsible for all analytics projects including reporting, web analytics, as well as products on the site that leverage LinkedIn’s unique data set. Some of these products include, People You May Know, Who’s Viewed My Profile, Talent Match, and the other recommendation engines.

Tim O'Reilly (moderator) is the founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, Inc., thought by many to be the best computer book publisher in the world. Tim is a catalyst for change, identifying and evangelizing the knowledge of "alpha geeks" and technology trends before they hit the mainstream through his books, speaking engagements, and blog, the O'Reilly Radar. Known for popularizing the terms "open source" and "Web 2.0," Tim is an activist for open standards and sensible intellectual property laws. In addition to being a visionary, Tim is an entrepreneur: he created Safari Books Online, the first web-native service for online book content, and O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, which funds disruptors, innovators, and hackers of the status quo.


No RSVP necessary, but you can let us know you're coming on Facebook or Upcoming.

Date & Time

  • Tuesday, January 11, 2011
  • 6:00- 8:00 PM PST (presentations start at 6:30)
  • Refreshments provided
  • Plenty of parking available

LinkedIn
2025 Stierlin Court, Unite Conference Room (2nd Floor, enter Building 2025 by the fountain in between Buildings 2025 and 2027), Mountain View, CA 94043
Google Map/Directions

Monday November 15, 2010

Watch the event live on Ustream, November 15 at 7pm!


The Promises and Pitfalls of Personalized Medicine

The sequencing of the human genome 10 years ago brought us into a new era in life sciences. The genomic era brings with it tremendous insight into human health and also what the lead scientist on the project, Francis Collins, calls "the radical ethic of immediate data deposit" because the human genome data was shared and easily accessible to all. What promises does this new era hold? What steps must be taken to ensure that the ethic of sharing and remixing data is maintained? How do we increase the odds that the shared data we do have translates into products that save lives? What does privacy look like when an individual's DNA is the basis for a personalized health approach and for medical research? Join us as we tackle these timely and often controversial questions and more at the next CC Salon.

Our panelists for the evening include:

Linda Avey, Founder and President of Brainstorm Research Foundation, a ‘Research 2.0’ initiative focused on developing virtual, consumer-centric models for measuring and tracking cognitive health. In 2006 Ms. Avey co-founded 23andMe, Inc., a personal genetics company enabling consumer access to customized, web-based health and ancestry information based on individual DNA profiling.

Thomas Goetz, executive editor of WIRED Magazine (nominated for 18 National Magazine Awards, has won nine times), and author of the new book The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine. Former FDA commissioner Dr. David Kessler calls the book "a game changer," and Dr. Dean Ornish says that Goetz “writes more clearly and presciently about the future of healthcare than anyone on the planet.”

John Wilbanks, Creative Commons' Vice President of Science. He came to Creative Commons from a Fellowship at the World Wide Web Consortium in Semantic Web for Life Sciences. Prior to working at CC, he founded and led to acquisition Incellico, a bioinformatics company that built semantic graph networks for use in pharmaceutical research & development, and was also the first Assistant Director at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.

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Date & Time

  • Monday, November 15, 2010
  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • $5-10 suggested donation (no one turned away)
  • Beverages provided
  • Street parking available

pariSoma Innovation Loft
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions

Monday, September 20, 2010


Watch the event online live 9/20 and after on our Ustream channel

The Creative Commons has been well-articulated online, but what does it look like in the physical world? Join creative professionals from SFMOMA, the Oakland Museum, and beyond for an interactive salon on the growth of user participation and sharing in museums and cultural institutions. This event will include a workshop component where you can experiment with redesigning an art exhibition for more social, collaborative engagement.

Our panelists for the evening include:

Jake Barton, founder of Local Projects, a media design firm for physical space whose projects include the 9/11 Memorial Museum, the Official NYC Information Center and StoryCorps

Anne Bast, Intellectual Property Associate for San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She received her MSI from the University of Michigan School of Information and, before moving to the Bay Area last summer, spent 18 months studying and working in cultural heritage institutions in France.

Kathleen Mclean, principal of Independent Exhibitions, a museum consulting firm specializing in exhibition development, design, programming, and strategic planning. In 2006, she was selected for the American Association of Museums’ Centennial Honor Role, as one of 100 museum professionals to have made a significant contribution to American museums over the last 100 years.

Nina Simon, principal of Museum 2.0, a design firm that creates participatory, dynamic, audience-centered exhibitions and learning spaces. She is the author of The Participatory Museum (2010) and has been named a "museum visionary" by Smithsonian Magazine.

Hope to see you there!

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Date & Time

  • Monday, September 20, 2010
  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • $5-10 suggested donation (no one turned away)
  • Beverages provided
  • Street parking available

Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
55 Taylor St. San Francisco, CA 94102
Google Map/Directions
http://www.gaffta.org/

Monday, July 6, 2010


At Creative Commons, we love to share.

And while CC is primarily known for its work enabling openness and collaboration in the digital world, we're interested in how the culture of sharing is changing offline life as well. Join us at the next CC Salon in San Francisco, where we'll present three projects focused on how sharing ideas, knowledge, and even physical space can revolutionize the way people create, work, and play.

The evening's presenters are Jack Herrick, founder of the collaborative how-to manual wikiHow; Clément Alteresco and Anne Gomez of innovation/strategic development agency faberNovel, which founded collaborative workspace pariSoma; and Neal Gorenflo, founder of Shareable, a new magazine and online community dedicated to sharing.

You'll even have the chance to walk away with one of our cheerful new green I Love to Share shirts, which we'll be selling at the salon.

Hope to see you there!

Let us know you're coming on Facebook or Upcoming.

Date & Time

  • Tuesday, July 6, 2010
  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • $5-10 suggested donation (no one turned away)
  • Beverages provided
  • Plenty of street parking available
  • pariSoma is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time

pariSoma Innovation Loft
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Monday, May 3, 2010

Missed this event? Watch now thanks to VidSF, our media sponsor for the salon.

Also, you can view Brian Bridges' presentation slides on Slideshare and download Carolina Rossini's presentation (PDF). Also check out a live demo of CK-12's revolutionary Flexbook.

Theme

The power of Open Education

Presentations from 7:15-8pm:

Panel discussion from 8:15-9pm:

The Internet and digital technologies have transformed how people learn. Educational resources are no longer static and scarce, but adaptable and widely available, allowing educational institutions, teachers, and learners to actively participate in a global exchange of knowledge via Open Educational Resources (OER). We're gathering together preeminent individuals involved in shaping the future of education and harnessing the power of the internet and digital technologies as forces for good in this field. There will be a presentation period, followed by an informal panel/discussion where we'll explore more in depth the issues, challenges, and opportunities emerging in the field of education.

This is a great chance to meet CC staff, learn more about Creative Commons, and connect with Bay Area creators and innovators. Hope to see you there!

Location

PariSoMa Innovation Loft
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at pariSoma.
  • PariSoma is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.
  • RSVP on Facebook

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Theme

Check out the video from the Salon, thanks to VidSF!

Panel discussion about CC from an international perspective, featuring:

  • CC CEO Joichi Ito
  • CC Arab World Media & Development Manager Donatella della Ratta
  • International Project Manager Michelle Thorne
  • David Sasaki, Outreach Director for Global Voices.

This will be a great chance to learn about how globally diverse communities use Creative Commons, as well as challenges faced in various regions and projects around the world. How do sharing norms, for example, or compelling use cases differ from country to country? What works in one context may not carry over to another, so where do models fail and what lessons can be learned? How can specific fields, such as open education or citizen journalism, solve some of these issues and foster healthier sharing communities?

Location

PariSoMa Innovation Loft
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.
  • RSVP on Facebook or Upcoming

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Theme

  • This special ccSalon SF will be a celebration of CC's 7 years and the wrap-up of our 2009 annual fundraising campaign.
  • This will be a great chance to meet and talk to members of the CC staff and connect with other free culture enthusiasts from the Bay Area, or just learn more about Creative Commons. We hope to see you there!

Agenda

  • Twitter's General Counsel, Alexander Macgillivray, will be giving a talk. Alex was previously Deputy General Counsel at Google and has been a supporter of Creative Commons from our very beginning.
  • A unique installation of the dublab/Creative Commons art and music collaboration, Into Infinity (http://intoinfinity.org/), which is built on audio loops and circular canvases paired together in infinite combination. Salon-goers will have the chance to help draw on some of these 12-inch canvases as well as participate in a live recording of an 8-second audio loop. We encourage you to bring a noisemaker (kazoo, bell, travel guitar, etc.) to make some sweet sounds!
  • CC's Vice President, Mike Linksvayer, will highlight some of CC's major accomplishments from 2009 and talk about what's in store for 2010!


Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.
  • RSVP on Facebook

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Theme

  • Creative Commons, KALW, and Chicago Public Radio’s Sound Opinions are pleased to present author Greg Kot in conversation with music journalist David Downs. Kot's new book, "Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music," explores the changing face of the music industry. Downs and Kot will discuss the book, as well as how digital sharing and participatory culture are shaping how music is created and consumed. Audience questions and discussion will follow the conversation.

Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Theme

  • Creative Commons, technology, and open source.

Presenters

Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be served.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.


Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Theme

  • The digital intersection of art, history, and culture, and how CC can play a defining role in enriching all three.

Presenters

  • Francesco Spagnolo, Director of Research and Collections at the Magnes Museum. Francesco will explore the sharing and marketing of cultural heritage through the lenses of the Magnes' “Digital Narratives,” a project that seeks an alignment between a narrative approach to history, a collaborative practice in the interpretation of cultural history, and the uses of technology and online social media.
  • Dave Toole, CEO and Founder, Outhink Media, will present on how storytelling bridges the cultural and business arenas, outlining the challenges posed by the new social media and the crucial role played by research in information technology.
  • Nancy Van House, Professor, UC Berkeley School of Information, will respond to the other presenters by reflecting on the way in which academia is looking at social media and personal/historical digital archiving, exploring the human interactions that populate the online world.

Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be served.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Theme

  • CC in international projects: we will hear about CC licenses as they can be used in international projects to facilitate content sharing and connectivity across borders.

Presenters

Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Time

  • 7:00-9:00 PM

Other info

  • Light refreshments will be served.
  • Donations for CC will be taken at the door.
  • Plenty of street parking is available at PariSoMa.
  • PariSoMa is located up two steep flights of stairs. If you need wheelchair access, please let us know in advance by emailing salon [at] creativecommons.org.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Theme

  • For February's salon, we're thrilled to have the entire CC staff under one roof, coming from as far as Japan, Boston, and Berlin, to speak about what they've been up to internationally and in the realms of science, culture, and education. Whether you've been a fan of CC from the start or you're new to the world of free culture, this salon is not to be missed. Light refreshments will be served and donations for CC will be taken at the door.

Presenters

  • Mike Linksvayer, Vice President
  • Eric Steuer, Creative Director
  • Catharina Maracke, Director, Creative Commons International
  • John Wilbanks, Vice President, Science Commons
  • Ahrash Bissell, Executive Director, ccLearn
  • Joi Ito, CEO


Location

PariSoMa
1436 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
Google Map/Directions
http://www.parisoma.com/

Format

  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • 7pm: Mike Linksvayer will talk briefly about how CC works generally, then introduce the presenters.
  • 7:15: Presentations
  • 8:05: Joi Ito, CEO, will talk about where CC is headed.
  • 8:15: Conversations and discussion with CC staff; chance to meet all CC staff.

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

Theme

  • CC and Citizen Media: Our presenters this month will showcase their innovative projects in citizen journalism and explore how CC helps to facilitate the sharing of information in a journalistic realm.

Presenters

  • David Cohn, veteran citizen journalist and founder of Spot.us, a Bay Area community-funded journalism start-up, a project of the Center for Media Change and funded by the Knight Foundation.
  • Cary Bass, Volunteer Coordinator for Wikinews, and Jon Davis, a "Wikinewsie" volunteer. Wikinews is a project of the Wikimedia Foundation.

Music

  • provided by DJ qubitsu

Location

Shine
1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Google Map/Directions
http://www.shinesf.com/ (21+)

Format

  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • Mingling and merriment for the first 1/2 hour or so, followed by presentations and Q&A.

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

Presenters

  • Jolene Pinder, an Associate Producer at Arts Engine, Inc. in NYC. Jolene will be screening a short CC-licensed film and talking about the various ways in which Arts Engine uses CC licenses.
  • Eric Steuer, CC's Creative Director, will be talking about the soon to be launched film maker's toolkit.
  • Robin Sloan, Product Strategist from Current TV will wrap up the evening.

Music

  • TBD

Location

Shine
1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Google Map/Directions
http://www.shinesf.com/ (21+)

Format

  • 7:00-9:00 PM
  • Presentations and Q&A.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Theme

TBD

Presenters


More info

Location

http://Shinesf.com

Format

7-9 PM

Media and Recordings

Press Release

Feedback

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

NOTE: The december salon is cancelled and replaced with the Birthday Party on Friday, DEC 15, which is a free party for all to celebrate Creative Commons' 4th bday.

Wednesday, Sept 13, 2006

Theme

Performance

Presenters

  • Comedian
  • Rapper + Dancers
  • Experimental Perf.
  • We need presenters...please sign-up to present! :)

Location

http://Shinesf.com

Format

6-9 PM

Press Release

Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Theme

TBD

Presenters

  • Homebrew Mobile Club Joint Meeting and presentation
  • Revver.com
  • Music? tryad member?
  • We need presenters...please sign-up to present! :)

Location

http://Shinesf.com

Format

6-9 PM

Press Release

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Theme

TBD

Presenters

  • MAKE Magazine
  • Joi Ito
  • Ryan Junell
  • kleptones, music
  • We need presenters...please sign-up to present! :)

Location

http://Shinesf.com

Format

6-9 PM

Press Release

Wednesday, August 9, 2006

Theme

TBD

Presenters

  • Shannon Coulter from Magnatune.com

Location

Shinesf.com

Format

6-9 PM

Press Release

June 14, 2006

Who

People interested in Creative Commons, copyright, Free Culture, Open Source, Art, Media, and Music

What

A local informal gathering of individuals around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Theme

Code and Video

When

June 14, 2006, 6-9 PM

  • During Event
    • Drink & Talk
    • Chat on #cc on irc.freenode.net
    • wifi provided free
  • 6:00-7:00 - Drinks, conversation, and music
  • 7:00-7:05 - Welcome
  • 7:05-7:30 - Victor Stone, ccmixter.org, fourstones.net
  • 7:30-8:00 - Marisa Olson, International Artist and Curator at Large for Rhizome.org, http://lifeofmo.blogspot.com/
  • 8:00-8:30 - Rick Prelinger, archive.org, preview of film, "Panorama Ephemera," "...using the Internet Archive as the primary means of distributing a (very) independent feature (under CC of course)..."
  • 8:30-8:45 - Wrap-up, questions, etc.
  • 8:45-9:00 - More drinks, conversation, and music

See the blogpost: TBA


Where

Shine
1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Google Map/Directions
http://www.shinesf.com/

Why

To connect with and build a community of artists and developers who are working with Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Media and Recordings

Planning

Press Release

Feedback

May 10, 2006

Who

People interested in Creative Commons, copyright, Free Culture, Open Source, Art, Media, and Music

What

A local informal gathering of individuals around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Theme

Code and Video

When

May 10, 2006, 6-9 PM

  • During Event
    • Drink & Talk
    • Chat on #cc on irc.freenode.net
    • wifi provided free
  • 6:00-7:00 - Drinks, conversation, and music
  • 7:00-7:05 - Welcome
  • 7:05-7:20 - Abram Stern (aka Aphid) and Michael Dale, Metavid, a system for collective remediation of public gov't proceedings
  • 7:20-8:00 - Chris DiBona, Open Source Programs Manager, http://code.google.com/
  • 8:00-8:20 - Ken Goldberg (Professor of IEOR and EECS, UC Berkeley, http://goldberg.berkeley.edu) and Tiffany Shlain (http://www.tiffanyshlain.com, Founder of Webby Awards, http://www.webbyawards.com/), Presenting Film "The Tribe"
  • 8:00-8:15 - Wrap-up, questions, etc.
  • 8:15-9:00 - More drinks, conversation, and music

See the blogpost: http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/5886

Where

Shine
1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Google Map/Directions
http://www.shinesf.com/

Why

To connect with and build a community of artists and developers who are working with Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Media and Recordings

Planning

Press Release

Feedback

April 12, 2006

Who

People interested in Creative Commons, copyright, Free Culture, Open Source, Art, Media, and Music

What

A local informal gathering of individuals around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Theme

TBD

When

April 12, 2006, 6-9 PM

  • During Event
    • Drink & Talk
    • Chat on #cc on irc.freenode.net
    • wifi provided free

Where

Shine
1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Google Map/Directions
http://www.shinesf.com/

Why

To connect with and build a community of artists and developers who are working with Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.

Media and Recordings

Planning

Press Release

Feedback

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Theme

Content Distribution

Presenters

Location

http://shinesf.com

Format

6-9 PM

Press Release

Media and Recordings

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