[RndTbl] [Fwd: [discuss] iCommons Canada Launch Party: September 30, 2004]

John Lange john.lange at bighostbox.com
Tue Sep 7 19:03:04 CDT 2004

Not that anyone is likely to make the trip to Ottawa but some people on
the list might find this interesting.

-----Forwarded Message-----
> From: Russell McOrmond <russell at flora.ca>
> To: General Copyright Discussions <discuss at digital-copyright.ca>
> Cc: Forum on Patenting of Life <fpl-fbv at lists.riseup.net>, Universal Access Canada <cpi-ua at vancouvercommunity.net>, CANadian OPENsource Education and Research <discuss at canopener.ca>
> Subject: [discuss] iCommons Canada Launch Party: September 30, 2004
> Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 19:27:06 -0400
> (Please circulate!)
> http://www.digital-copyright.ca/node/view/461
> (Will try to keep this URL updated with any new notes.  Please hit reply
> on that message if you will be attending).
>    iCommons Canada Launch Party.
>    Please join us on the evening of Thursday September 30, 2004 for the
>    official launch of the Canadian version of the Creative Commons
>    (cc-ca) licences for digital artworks. The licence was ported for use
>    in Canada by the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic
>    (CIPPIC) in collaboration with the Law & Technology Program at the
>    University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law.
>    Professor Lawrence Lessig, Chair of Creative Commons, will be the
>    guest of honour. Other guests include 'The Internet and Law: A Global
>    Conversation' conference attendees, educators and students from across
>    the country, and friends from the arts, business and computer
>    community.
>    The party will feature live music from acclaimed Canadian electronic
>    music artist DJ Nonsense, who is creating a special educational
>    compilation of the history of sampling in the music industry - to be
>    freely-distributed to partygoers. The evening will also include an
>    exhibition of digital artwork made available under cc and/or cc-ca
>    licences.
>    19h30 at The Collection/Bar 56 Byward Market, Ottawa.
>    Dress code is free as in freedom. Admission is free as in beer.
>    Bagels to be served while supplies last.
>    http://creativecommons.ca
John Lange
(204) 885 0872

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