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Netlabels : Free Music : Free Audio : Download & Streaming Unspecialized Net Label. "Nothing is true, everyth ing is permitted" CONTACT Topic: netlabels by Torn Flesh Records EXPLORE Torn Flesh Records CATALOG Welcome to Torn Flesh Records - Netlabel. Cian Orbe (since 2021: Internet Daemon ) is a Chilean non-profit Netlabel of dark electronic, atmospheric, experimental electronic music created by Sábila Orbe (Humanfobia / Filmy Ghost / Yaka-anima projects). by netwaves netwaves is a concept consisting of different projects: - netwaves is the weekly radio show/podcast/stream/compilation of fresh, free music, picked from the parallel universe of netlabels ; the podcast specializes in electronic music of all kinds, from 8bit over electro to indietronic; all free music with CC license - netwaves.bpm is the deejay division of netwaves with lots of mixes and live shows - netwaves records  releases compilations of netlabel tunes - Kopiefeest (2009) was the... Welcome to Dusted Wax Kingdom - a netlabel based in Varna (Bulgaria). by Treetrunk by RedSK

Is Fair Use a License to Steal? Many educators interpret fair use as freedom to use copyrighted materials as long as their use is restricted to instructional purposes. Are they correct in that belief? Not exactly! Copyrights and Copying Wrongs, the first part in the Education World series on copyright and fair use, set out a good rule of thumb for using copyrighted material -- when in doubt, ask permission. There are, as always, exceptions to the rule. The fair use doctrine was created to allow the use of copyrighted works for criticism and commentary, parody, news reporting, research and scholarship, and classroom instruction. Many educators, however, interpret the fair use doctrine as freedom to use any copyrighted materials as long as their use is restricted to instructional purposes. "They are not correct in that belief," said former copyright attorney Nancy Willard. "To determine whether a use is fair requires consideration of four factors," Willard added. The guidelines do not allow users to

10 Reasons Kids Should Learn to Code When it comes to preparing your children for the future, there are few better ways to do so than to help them learn to code! Coding helps kids develop academic skills, build qualities like perseverance and organization, and gain valuable 21st century skills that can even translate into a career. From the Tynker blog, here are the top 10 reasons kids should learn to code: Coding Improves Academic Performance Math: Coding helps kids visualize abstract concepts, lets them apply math to real-world situations, and makes math fun and creative!Writing: Kids who code understand the value of concision and planning, which results in better writing skills. Coding Builds Soft Skills Focus and Organization: As they write more complicated code, kids naturally develop better focus and organization.Resilience: With coding comes debugging – and there’s no better way to build perseverance and resilience than working through challenges! Coding Paves a Path to the Future Explore Courses

Blog Archive » Frémissements : vers une reconnaissance des droits d’usage et de partage des œuvres dans le droit d’auteur ? Dans le cadre des conférences organisées par Sciences PI (association de propriété intellectuelle à Sciences PO), Philippe Aigrain, théoricien du libre, était invité à présenter le 7 avril 2011 ses idées sur les « fondations pour les droits intellectuels à l’ère de l’information », l’occasion de reprendre certains de ses arguments. Le texte qui suit ne restituant pas l’intervention de Philippe Aigrain[1], il serait opportun de consulter sa communication, prochainement disponible sur le site de Sciences PI. Des discours officiels, comme celui de Neelie Kroes, Commissaire européenne chargée de la société numérique, à Avignon en novembre 2010 ou, très récemment, celui de Francis Gurry, directeur de l’OMPI[2], démontrent que l’idée de (re)donner une place aux droits d’usage est de plus en plus prégnante. Ne note-t-on pas un léger frémissement avec cet article de Me Murielle Cahen qui analysait le 6 avril 2011 les implications juridiques du bouton de partage ? Le lien première étape ?

Free Sound Clips Copyright Videos - Copyright Alliance Videos by Creators Understanding the DMCA: Elements of a Counter Notice What should you do if you receive a mistaken DMCA takedown request? Find out from our latest video! Understanding the DMCA: Responding to a takedown notice What is a DMCA Takedown Notice, and what should you do if you receive one? Find out from our new video! Understanding the DMCA: Sending a Takedown Notice Once you know you want to issue a DMCA takedown request, here's how to follow through. This process can be granular, but it's integral to helping protect your work.

Анна Косарєва: «В ІТ-індустрії є безліч професій, де потрібні прикладні, гуманітарні чи фінансові знання» — The Ukrainians Із 5 до 11 грудня у школах по всьому світу пройде «Година коду» — щорічна кампанія, метою якої є промоція програмування серед дітей. Глобальний рух підтримав Барак Обама, Білл Гейтс, Марк Цукерберг і чимало інших знаменитостей. Цьогоріч до акції доєднаються більш як 130 українських шкіл зі Львова та Києва. Про особливості ІТ-освіти в Україні, а також про те, навіщо навчати українських школярів програмуванню, ми спілкувалися із Анною Косарєвою, координаторкою акції «Година коду» в Україні та засновницею ІТ-школи LITS. Розкажи, будь ласка, про цей проект. Чим відрізняється «Година коду» від уроку інформатики? Нещодавно мені розповіли смішну історію про вчителя бойового гопака, який прийшов у міську школу шукати роботу. Сьогодні майже у кожній школі України, навіть у найвіддаленіших селах, є комп’ютерний клас, але навчальну програму складено з основ роботи у «Word» і «Excel». Бачив на сторінці «Години коду» у Facebook багато відомих українців, які підтримують акцію. Чому? Посадити Falcon?

Purple Planet Royalty Free Music Find free-to-use images - Google Search Help When you do a Google Search, you can filter your results to find images, videos, or text that you have permission to use. To do this, use an Advanced Search filter called "usage rights" that lets you know when you can use, share, or modify something you find online. Find images, text, and videos you can reuse Go to Advanced Image Search for images or Advanced Search for anything else. Note: Before reusing content, make sure that its license is legitimate and check the exact terms of reuse. Types of usage rights Free to use or share: Allows you to copy or redistribute its content if the content remains unchanged. How usage rights work Usage rights help you find content that you can use above and beyond fair use. The usage rights filter in Advanced Search shows you content either labeled with a Creative Commons or similar license, or is in the public domain. Report incorrect usage rights

Hour Of Code Is Designed To Inspire Kids From 4 to 104! Kids News Article From December 5-11, millions of kids in over 180 countries will take the Hour of Code challenge. The annual initiative, which coincides with Computer Science week, is organized by Seattle-based non-profit Code.org to demystify the world of coding, and inspire students of all backgrounds and ages to consider a career in software engineering. During the hour, which can be set aside any time of the week, participants learn to program using one or more of the free tutorials offered on the Code.org website. The sessions that are organized by age and experience level and available in 45 languages, begin with a brief introduction to computer science. Started in 2013, the Hour of Code is now one of the biggest global learning events. For schools that want to go beyond the hour, Code.org has created computer science courses. Resources: code.org

Download & Streaming : Moving Image Archive Programs in  TV News Archive for research and educational purposes. The programs allow users to search across a collection of television news programs dating back to 2009 for research and educational purposes such as fact checking. Users may view short clips, share links to customized short quotes, embed customized short quotes, or borrow a copy of the full program. ( 1 reviews ) Watch full-length feature films, classic shorts, world culture documentaries, World War II propaganda, movie trailers, and films created in just ten hours: These options are all featured in this diverse library! by Internet Archive Feature films, shorts , silent films and trailers are available for viewing and downloading. An analysis of news and public affairs independent from traditional corporate media is available from this diverse video library. Collections of items recorded from television, including commercials, old television shows, government proceedings, and more. Unsorted Television Shows.

No One Can Copyright These 15 Things, and They May Surprise You What is copyright? In short, it’s a legal right for content creators. Copyright applies to billions of pieces of content on the web and in the real world, yet how it works and when it applies is still a mystery to many. Is this image or that piece of background music free to use? Can you copyright a name? Can I copyright a recipe, or a business practice I created? Part of the problem is that copyright laws vary from country to country. And of course those laws, when and where they do apply, can always be challenged. Even so, there are several things you simply can’t copyright. No copyright applies to data and facts. No one can copyright the works of the federal government. You can’t copyright a name of a website, which is why companies should buy the various .ca, .com, .org and other domains associated with theirs. Inventions and machines can’t be copyrighted, either. It answers the questions: What is copyright? Check it out: Get my very best Unicorn marketing & entrepreneurship growth hacks:

About Who Supported ScratchJr? The ScratchJr project has received generous financial support from the National Science Foundation (NSF DRL-1118664), Scratch Foundation, LEGO Foundation, British Telecommunications, and Adobe Systems. If you enjoy using this free app, please consider making a donation to the Scratch Foundation (www.scratchfoundation.org), a nonprofit organization that provides ongoing support for ScratchJr. We appreciate donations of all sizes, large and small. Platinum supporters from the ScratchJr Kickstarter campaign: Jeremy Deutsch, Kenneth Ehlert, Catherine Greenspon, Mark Loughridge, JoAnn Gantz Bendetson, and Shirley Resnick.

3-D Printers: Understanding Copyright, Fair Use, and More Libraries have been on the front lines of the digital revolution since its beginning. 3-D printing is the latest wave of this revolution, which continues to fundamentally change the way we access, process, and produce information. This technology brings digitization to the physical marketplace for the first time, by allowing people of all ages to use digital processes to create tangible items that can be used, traded, bought and sold. It promises progress across numerous industries and sectors. What does all of this have to do with school librarianship? None of these exciting applications can continue to advance without new generations of people to advance them. A student at the David C. School librarians have already begun to integrate 3-D printing into the learning process. A couple of examples from the sciences: In Georgia, under the leadership of SLJ School Librarian of the Year Finalist Andy Plemmons, third graders at the David C. The 3-D printer at the David C. Click to enlarge

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