Cyberculture roundup: Majestic Mega launch, The Next Five Battles For Internet Freedom, from Crowdsourcing to Microtasking…

Mega hits 100,000 registered users in one hour as Kim Dotcom teases MPAA with ?MegaMovie? screenshot from The Next Web by Alex Wilhelm Update: Mega crossed the 250,000 user mark and massive usage has brought the site to a crawl. So far, Mega has won the day. After calling Barack Obama out on Twitter, Kim … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Facebook IPO, World?s first Wikipedia town and more..

Monmouthpedia: The World?s first Wikipedia town, is set to go live from The Next Web by Jamillah Knowles The Internet of things is becoming easier to grasp as household appliances, pot plants and other objects are connected to the Internet to let us know more about them or update on environmental changes. Though the appearance … Read more

“A Primer on Creative Commons

A Primer on Creative Commons – The Web’s Most Prominent Content Licensing System from Freelance Writing Jobs by Jonathan Bailey Unless you haven?t been paying attention, you?ve probably at least heard of Creative Commons or seen its licenses around on various sites. However, there?s a great deal of misunderstanding regarding what Creative Commons Licenses actually … Read more