Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
I don't want to say "this is exactly what I meant," but, this is exactly what I meant!. And it's why I use the NC clause in Creative Commons. e-century reports: "One of the major reasons for this change was because some companies are trying to archive the articles published by us for pure commercial purpose – they will 'lock up' all those articles on their websites and ask readers to pay to access them. This is obviously not right, and against our intention to keep all articles openly accessible to all readers, no matter where they are archived." So, don't tell me any more that this won't happen. It does.

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Last Updated: Apr 13, 2021 06:52 a.m.