Copy Bunny Progress Bar & .fla files now on Archive.org

Our first Minute Meme, Copying Is Not Theft, continues its steady spread online. The two versions currently most shared are QuestionCopyright.org's "official" version, which we unfortunately named "best" instead of "official" ("best" implying a value judgement) and the arrangement by Willbe which uses my original wavery vocals.  Between the two of them they have more than 300,000 views -- counting only YouTube, not even including all the other sites where they're available.

On the Willbe version youtube page, I found a pretty good suggestion in the comments: a Copy Bunny Progress bar. That was easy enough to make; here's a truncated version in GIF format:

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Creative Commons’ Branding Confusion


About a year and a half ago I released my film Sita Sings the Blues under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. That license allows truly free distribution, including commercial use, as long as the free license remains in place. But my experience is that most people see the words "Creative Commons" and simply assume the license is Non-Commercial -- because the majority of Creative Commons licenses they've seen elsewhere have been Non-Commercial.

This is a real problem. Some artists have re-released Sita remixes under Creative Commons Non-Commercial licenses. Many bloggers and journalists assume the non-commercial restrictions, even when the license is correctly named:

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