Category Archive Creative Commons

‘Open Source City’, the book about Platform4 – out now

    Yesterday was a big life moment, as I was able to publish the first book with my name on the cover, 'Open Source City: Art & Technology Experiments in Platform4', which I've co-edited with Niels Peter Hvillum and co-written alongside a highly talented group of other contributors. The book focuses on the creative hub Platform4 in […] Read More…

State of the Commons 2015 report – in Danish

. This week Creative Commons, the non-profit for which I do volunteer work, released their annual State of the Commons report, which outlines the developments of CC-license usage around the world as well as the general state of sharing culture in general. Overall things are progressing tremendously and this year we passed an important threshold: More […] Read More…

Today we release au2pilot’s “Fatamorgana” LP on Uhrlaut Records

. After months of work we're very proud to release "Fatamorgana", the first LP of Danish electronic music producer au2pilot on Uhrlaut Records. Out today! The release has been marked by two release parties; one in Copenhagen this past Friday (in collab with the ROI crew) and one prior to that one in Aalborg, au2pilot's hometown (in […] Read More…

Creative Commons Global Summit in Seoul

. . Last week, in my capacity as Public Lead for Creative Commons Denmark, I had the pleasure of attending the Creative Commons Global Summit which took place in Seoul, South Korea this past week. 5 days of excellent knowledge exchange with the vibrant global sharing advocacy community. The summit pulls in CC representatives from all over the […] Read More…

Releasing global Creative Commons mixtape this week

. . As part of the global community of Creative Commons Affiliates (the custodians of the CC license tools) I am proud to contribute to a new tradition that has been published for the first time this week: The annual release of a mixtape of great music from artists around the world using CC licenses. Out this week! […] Read More…

Creating an overview of Danish projects that use Creative Commons licenses

. . For the sake of convenience I've gone through the toil of making what I believe (and hope) is a complete overview of all Danish projects that use Creative Commons licenses - at least the ones I know of as Public Lead for CC Denmark. Check it out here - and a short introduction to the […] Read More…

“Free Bassel Day 2014” – online sprint in Denmark

. . On March 15 2012 Bassel Khartabil, open source activist and one of my colleagues in the global Creative Commons affiliate network, was imprisoned in the Mazzed district in Damascus. Since then his family has not received any official statement explaining the detainment nor information about his whereabouts. That is why on Saturday, the […] Read More…

Organizing film screening: “Exposing the Invisible” pt. 1-3 in collab with Tactical Tech Berlin

. . As Science Friction, Open Knowledge Foundation Denmark and Creative Commons Denmark we are proud to present a free screening of the "Exposing the Invisible" documentary trilogy from the Tactical Tech crew in Berlin, who has kindly authorized us to screen their film. The documentary series showcases investigative citizen reporting around the world using new technologies […] Read More…

Contributing to the Nordic Creative Commons Film Festival

. . Today starts the Nordic Creative Commons Film Festival, and from now until September 8 there will be hundreds of screenings of openly licensed films across the Nordic countries as well as in the rest of Europe. Also in Denmark! The film festival works so that anybody can organize a screening by choosing one or more films […] Read More…

Interview in Radio 24-7 on releasing Periskop’s “40”

This morning I had the pleasure of getting up extremely early to visit Radio 24-7's morning show with Danny Kreutzfeldt (aka. Periskop), whose album we'll be releasing on our Uhrlaut label on Friday. The album consists of no less than 40 full length albums packaged as 1 vinyl LP and 39 digital releases on a […] Read More…