Category Archive Sharing

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…

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…

Working on new projects at Danish Design Centre

    I've now worked a little over a month and a half as Project Manager at Danish Design Centre, and wanted to give a quick intro to some of the most exciting projects I'm currently working on. One is Sprout Talent Week, a project put together in collaboration with Danish Architecture Centre (DAC), Copenhagen Solutions Lab, […] 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…

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…

Thoughts from my first time at Burning Man // @burningman

. . I hardly know where to begin when prompted to explain what the journey to the Burning Man festival has given me in terms of new thoughts, new perspectives and new energies. Still, I would like to try to capture my thoughts at this point right after the experience - for future reference and […] Read More…

Interview in Jyllandsposten, critical comment by IFPI, moving Platform4, coverage in TV2Nord, Gaffa + Nordjyske // #platform4dk #uhrlaut

It's busy times right now; we've moved Platform4 from the old venue to the new, launched the PlayForm Mobile Art & Technology Exhibition and released a new EP with Tone - while at the same time trying out a new rather rebellious sharing experiment in Aalborg, Aarhus and Copenhagen. To start from the end: The […] Read More…

Feedback blogging from recent talks + interviews on DR website and in Politiken

People attending some of my recent talks have been kind enough to feedback online with their impression of the sessions - which I really appreciate. After my talk at MultimediaDays at Aarhus Business Academy last week, Jeanne Bødker Nissen wrote this one on the Multimediedesigner blog: Spændende oplæg om Creative Commons (in Danish) Also Berit […] Read More…

Creating a vision statement for Platform4: Background thoughts and a step-by-step guide // #platform4dk #experiment

    After an inspring weekend session, I just did a contemplative write-up about our current efforts in Platform4 to craft a vision statement after almost four years of heavy experimentation with organization, user-involvement, activism, entrepreneurship and do-it-yourself spirit. If you're into such things, I am sure you'll find it quite entertaining. Here's an excerpt: […] Read More…

New book: ‘Creative Commons For Alle’ – with chapter by me // #creativecommons #openculture

My friend and collaborator in Creative Commons Denmark, Peter Leth, has recently published a great new book, 'Creative Commons For Alle' (English: Creative Commons For All) which aims at introducing the immense strength of using Creative Commons licenses to the broad audience in general and to grade school teachers in particular. As Public Project Lead […] Read More…