Registered Commons

For the "Digital Organ", Bernhard used mainly music from the 1920ies to avoid legal problems.

Bernhard Pusch, Linz, Student of Interface Culture.

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Ten years of RC!

We are celebrating on November 3rd 2016 at the metalab in Vienna

2016-11-03

New operating system

Moving from BSD to Debian

2016-09-03

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The Open Book Publishers report statistics

2015-10-24

Server upgrade done

Physical hardware change brings better performance

2013-12-12

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Cultural Collecting Society crowd funding until 30 Sept 2013

2013-08-03

Open Week Linz

Conference: Learning and living with digital commons.

2013-05-14

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Questua di Capodanno - Spigno Saturnia

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2016-12-28

Questua di Capodanno - Tremensuoli

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2016-12-28

Il Canto dei Mietitori

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2016-12-28

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Spin-off as a birthday present | 2011-08-25 00:00

Celebrate 5 years Registered Commons by voting for OneLoudr on Bloomberg TV

In 2006 we had launched the first registry for opened licensed works in Berlin, together with the inventor of Creative Commons, Lawrence Lessig. Joe Benso was one of the founders on the stage, you may have listened to his audio tutorial on RegisteredCommons.org.

This week our spin-off OneLoudr has been selected to one of the top five Tech Stars at Bloomberg TV. Vote for the next generation of music collaboration NOW. Make us a present and select the Oneloudr video to get it ranked.

This weekend, our team members Joe and Eric are moving to Copenhagen to prepare for an investor pitch at startupbootcamp mid November. Keep fingers crossed!

RegisteredCommons and OneLoudr have been developed with support of osAlliance.com, a co-operative company based in Austria with 40 IT and media professionals, offering a service portfolio for Telcos, the creative sector, NPOs and enterprises.