“Vast amounts of the knowledge and creative output of the last century is fated to turn to dust. Through technology we can blow off the dust and liberate these archives. Content can become the starting point for new stories instead of the final resting place for old ones.”
Those of you who attended the Creative Archive Licence Group launch may recognize these words from BBC New Media's Creative Director, Matt Locke, who spoke on the influence the Creative Archive Licence will have on future creativity. Matt has now posted a developed version of this speech on his web site, you can read his essay here.
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