|Elliot Harmon (Photo credit: Bilal Randeree)|
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In this episode:
We talk with Elliot Harmon Communications Manager at Creative Commons.
Here are Doug's notes from the interview.
Elliot is not the first poet on the show: Link
He’s also not the first communications manager: Link
Doug says CC needs to get back on the fediverse.
Tell us about yourself!
Social Media and More!
Direct Communications Strategy
How long in this position?
just over two years
Social Media and the Arts?
Most mission-driven organizations see social media as a broadcast tool, but
Equal amounts of three things: broadcast, engage, amplyfy
Sometimes CC stuff is boring! (apparently)
Solution that he doesn’t like...using something to just post everywhere
Organization versus artist?
Potentially more human-power with an organization
What sort of interaction do you get?
Some Music is under CC0: http://itch.io/jam/the-public-domain-jam
Instagram and Creative Commons?
I am CC.
Flickr is largest CC repository.
No longer have to use advanced search on Creative Commons
This is specifically the type of thing Doug was talking about: http://www.theguardian.com/football/2011/aug/21/argentina-football-gangs-barra-bravas
Mission Cleaner Books: http://www.missioncleaners.com/
Old Poetry Journal is CC-licensed
Open Tape: http://opentape.fm/
Muxtape is no more.
ccmixter? ← not yet!
slam poet or performance poet. He made a CD and went on tour!
Now the poetry is more text based.
Random Things Doug was thinking about before the show:
Who do we talk to?
Jonathan Mann: http://archive.hellomann.com/album/song-a-day-the-album
Nick Lowe...not http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Lowe
US Government is starting to recognize important issues related to copyright!