‘Made With Creative Commons’ is a book about sharing. It is about sharing textbooks, music, data, art, and more. People, organizations, and businesses all over the world are sharing their work using Creative Commons licenses because they want to encourage the public to reuse their works, to copy them, to modify them. They are Made with Creative Commons.
But if they are giving their work away to the public for free, how do they make money?
This is the question this book sets out to answer. There are 24 in-depth examples of different ways to sustain what you do when you share your work. And there are lessons, about how to make money but also about what sharing really looks like — why we do it and what it can bring to the economy and the world. Full of practical advice and inspiring stories, Made with Creative Commons is a book that will show you what it really means to share.
The book is published by small Danish non-profit publisher Ctrl+Alt+Delete Books (http://www.cadb.dk) which itself uses a Creative Commons-based model. It can be bought on Amazon or directly via the publisher: http://cadb.dk/product/made-wi...