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|Leader||Dominick Chen (Creative Commons Japan, Public Lead)|
|License||GNU Free Documentation License (details), GNU FDL / CC:BY-SA|
|About the workshop leader|
Born 1981 in Tokyo. C-shirt project organizer & Ximer evangelist. Originally from a Media Arts & Design and Contemporary Arts study background, is currently leading research in massive micro creativity through online media technology as a Fellow Researcher of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science at the University of Tokyo, Initiative in Interdisciplinary Information studies (iii). Also committing for a freer Internet culture as the Public Lead of the NPO Creative Commons Japan in the field of digital rights expression, and served as member of the International Advisory Committee for Ars Electronica 2007's Digital Community category. Parallel and on-going projects include: - HIVE, the open video archive for NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] [link: http://hive.ntticc.or.jp] - DIVVY/dual: open-ended art practice platform [link: http://divvydual.org] - pri/pro: electronic circuit developed by Ryota Kuwakubo [link: http://pripro.org]
|== GET YOUR OWN FREE WIKIPEDIA C-SHIRT!!! ==
We will introduce the CreativeCommons-based peer T-shirt production service with drop-shipping capacity that we call 'C-Shirt', presented initially in September 2006 at Larry Lessig (Creative Commons Founder, CEO) and Heather Ford (iCommons Executive Director)'s visiting to Tokyo, and later on presented at Microsoft REMIX (Tokyo, Oct. 2006) and iSummit 2007 (Croatia, Jun. 2007).
In short, the workshop will go through the following line of actions: Paint, Draw, Shoot, Import, Layout, Remix, Print and Share CC-based T-shirt. YES, we'll hand-out the C-shirts to each participant later!
And above all, you can import Wikipedia contents to your T-shirt design with a simple search&transclude function.