The Journal of Serendipitous and Unexpected Results (JSUR) is an open-access forum for researchers seeking to further scientific discovery by sharing surprising or unexpected results. These results should provide guidance toward the verification (or negation) of extant hypotheses. JSUR has two branches, one focusing on computational sciences and the other on the life sciences. JSUR submissions include, but are not limited to, short communications of recent research results, full-length papers, review articles or opinion pieces.

Connexions is:

a place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute:

* authors create and collaborate * instructors rapidly build and share custom collections * learners find and explore content

This is a stock music production library under Creative Commons licensing. You can license the tunes royalty free if you provide a link back or credit to "Free Music by DanoSongs.com". People also do leave tips. You may download, copy and listen to the tracks without a link. There is no cost for downloading or buyout fee for licensing. The songs can be included in podcasting so they are podsafe. Other uses for the clips might be for background instrumental beds in film, tv, video, games, websites, songs and even your social network page.

LegalTorrents is an online digital media community.

We discover and distribute high quality open-licensed (Creative Commons) digital media and art, and provide support to Content Creators. We host creative content in its entirety, ensure fast, reliable downloads, and enable users to directly sponsor Content Creators and their work.

Committing copyfraud is astonishingly easy and costs nothing. I can borrow a public domain book from any library and scan it, or I could download the text from Project Gutenberg. I reformat it as a PDF, mark it with a copyright date, register it as a new book with an ISBN, then submit it to Amazon.com for sale. I may not even need to print and bind any books, I can offer it through Amazon's Booksurge print-on-demand service, or as an ebook on Kindle. Once the book is listed for sale, I can submit it to Google Books for inclusion in its index. I could easily publish thousands of books; most would never sell, but with zero up-front cost, any sale is pure profit.

We work directly with independent musicians world-wide to give you downloads of MP3s and perfect-quality WAV files. We never work with major labels, and our musicians always get 50%. You can listen to every album in its entirety before buying or becoming a member.

If too many people own individual parts of a valuable asset, it’s easy to end up with gridlock, since any one person can simply veto the use of the asset.

Welcome to Scholarpedia, the peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written by scholars from all around the world.

I think Creative Commons has its heart in the right place, because it promotes a climate of sharing. But no system is 100 percent foolproof. Unless you can negotiate every possible scenario for how and where your image will be used, the only sure way to keep protected may just be to not post anything live anymore.

Jamendo is the world's #1 platform for free and legal music downloads. Available in seven languages, it offers the largest Creative Commons-licensed music catalog there is. For artists, it's an easy and efficient way to publish, share and promote their music, but also to make money through ad revenue sharing and commercial partnerships.

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