Ridley Scott's Attempt at Crowdsourcing Blade Runner in a Read-Write Participatory Culture
"In an indication that the filmmakers are interested in exploring a new kind of collective, social creativity, the episodes in the series will be released under a Creative Commons license, marking the first time a major Hollywood director has embraced that alternative licensing scheme. The license means fans of the series can take the episodes and remix or otherwise repurpose them, and even make their versions available commercially under the same license."
Too bad it couldn't last. But then again, what does? http://www.ag8.com/purefold
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