New translations and licenses
Dear Open Utopia supporters
Convinced by the argument of my ex-student and free information warrior, Parker Higgins, I’ve put The Open Utopia Under a new Creative Commons license: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, allowing for uses that are technically classified as “commercial” — such as Wikipedia — as long as they carry a “share alike” clause that keeps access open. Parker assures me this allows for maximum use.
Translator extraordinaire Jake Butera has finished his translations of the last two remaining letters that accompanied the original printings of Utopia and they are now posted on the site:
Before you get too excited, I warn you: there's a reason these letters were neglected for so long.
And, thanks to you, funding for The Open Utopia has crossed the $2000 mark! Only $1500 to go. PLEASE use your networks and spread the news about the project and the pitch: http://kck.st/etwKF8
All my best and, again, thank you.