As a result of my example, a few people have decided to start a blog about organ playing. I'm very happy for them because they help make the world a better place.
With this in mind, Francois has a question about blogging and intellectual rights:
"I know only about blog hosters who claim that the contents bloggers send are their property, or others that put automatically contents as free for all. Do you have recommendations about blog hosters that:
- grant intellectual rights of blog owner AND
- are not under GNU or other license?"
On my site everything is free to share as long as a person doesn't charge for it and gives a link back.
Links from other websites pointing to your own blog can be really helpful. So this could be the prerequisite for sharing information on your site.
It doesn't make sense to me to forbid people to share it because they will do it anyway.
In a connection economy, if you feed your network often enough, the network turns back and feeds you in many ways (in making a difference, in a community, in a privilege of doing work that matters).
But first you have to be extremely generous with sharing your ideas.
I hope you care enough to put yourself on the line.
[Thanks to Francois]
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