Submitted by Steve Lambert:
Evan Roth is best known as one of the artists behind the Graffiti Research Lab. While at the Eyebeam OpenLab forum 2005-2007 he became committed to making everything he did “opensource.” The Graffiti Research Lab is just one example. All software he writes includes the sourcecode. All projects include instructions. And now he has found the definitive way to dedicate his entire life to the public domain.
Why let all of your ideas die with you? Current Copyright law prevents anyone from building upon your creativity for 70 years after your death. Live on in collaboration with others. Make an intellectual property donation. By donating your IP into the public domain you will “promote the progress of science and useful arts” (U.S. Constitution). Ensure that your creativity will live on after you are gone, make a donation today.
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