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  2. Aug 2020
    1. More information about the public domain

      Additional Resource: I would like to recommend adding:

      Traditional Knowledge and the Public Domain. Ruth L. Okediji. CIGI Papers No. 176 — June 2018

      https://www.cigionline.org/publications/traditional-knowledge-and-public-domain

      A thought-provoking paper about the the intersection of traditional knowledge and the public domain.

  3. Jun 2020
  4. Nov 2018
    1. Any pointers or experiences to share?

      There are a couple of WordPress plugins for Mastodon that allow you to syndicate your content from your own website into your instance. You might find that somewhat useful.

      The IndieWeb wiki has some generally useful information as well as some criticisms and related articles which might be helpful: https://indieweb.org/Mastodon

      Mastodon runs on the Activity Pub specification for sending messages back and forth. As a result some people are looking into having their personal websites support these protocols so that people on Mastodon (or other parts of the Fediverse) can subscribe to one's primary website. If you can do this then you don't necessarily need "yet another social platform" for interacting with those online. The two biggest of these efforts within the WordPress community are Fed Bridgy and the Activity Pub plugin

  5. Feb 2017
    1. Sarah Bond, in an interesting article in Forbes, entitled “Dear Scholars, Delete Your Account At Academia.Edu”, urges readers to delete their Academia.edu account. She suspects its motivations, pointing out it is not a real .edu, with no educational affiliations and motivated strictly by profit.

      Should go and read this.

    2. It is interesting to look at the activities of the successful, for-profit sharing sites, ResearchGate, and Academia.edu.

      Both for profit and successful...

    3. The question is whether proper attribution is really taking place

      Important.

  6. Jul 2015