An offhand, only half-serious comment I made in the Creative Commons open education slack channel in response to a very worthy question from BCCampus’ Amanda Coolidge led to a new (?) metaphor to help explain the different open-licensing implications between collecting and redistributing a group of works with different open licenses versus actually remixing several works to form a new, derivative work: hereafter known as the TV dinner vs the smoothie.[Read more…] about Open Licensing Over TV Dinners and Smoothies
Packt, publisher of many worthy books about technology topics that have helped me know what I’m doing, is about to publish their 1000th book.
Many Packt titles, such as Sakai CLE Courseware Management: The Official Guide, books on Drupal, and jQuery have been my guides to the open-source technologies I use every day.
To celebrate, Packt is giving away gifts to their readers who register before 30 September 2012 over at Packt.com.
Thank you Packt, and congratulations!