Our friends at Creative Commons are running a salon this Tuesday, July 6th in San Francisco. The discussion centers around online sharing and collaboration that spills over into the physical world, something we're especially excited about at Instructables. Details below.
Creative Commons Salon: We Love to Share
At Creative Commons, we love to share.
And while CC is primarily known for its work enabling openness and collaboration in the digital world, we're interested in how the culture of sharing is changing offline life as well. Join us at the next CC Salon in San Francisco, where we'll present three projects focused on how sharing ideas, knowledge, and even physical space can revolutionize the way people create, work, and play.
The evening's presenters are Jack Herrick, founder of the collaborative how-to manual wikiHow; Clément Alteresco, COO of innovation/strategic development agency faberNovel, which founded collaborative workspace pariSoma; and Neal Gorenflo, founder of Shareable, a new magazine and online community dedicated to sharing.
Date & Time
• Tuesday, July 6, 2010
• 7:00-9:00 PM
• $5-10 suggested donation (no one turned away)
• Beverages provided
• Plenty of street parking available
• pariSoma is located up two steep flights of stairs, and unfortunately does not have wheelchair access at this time
pariSoma Innovation Loft
â¨1436 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103â¨
About Creative Commons:
Creative Commons’ mission is to provide everyone in the world with easy, free, and legal access to knowledge and culture.
Our signature tools are called Creative Commons licenses, which are free copyright licenses that creators can use to offer certain usage rights to the public, while reserving other rights. Millions of people, companies, and institutions throughout the world have used CC licenses to make their work – everything from academic coursework and scientific data to art, music, and journalism – available for free and legal sharing, use, and adaptation.