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MessageSujet: Nouveau DM   Mer 18 Aoû - 4:49

Bonjour Doudou,

Comment vas-tu? Peux-tu me corriger encore un DM? Si cela ne te dérange pas, voici le devoir :

1. What kinds of digital content are covered by Creative Commons Licensing?

The kind of digital content covered by Creative Commons Licensing are texts, pictures, films, musics and website.

2. Who are the people who use Creative Commons?

People who are using digital technology to widespread ideas broadly or to remix ideas. Someone who want make a film. People who want mix images with music. People who want create web page or blog

3. Technically, reuse or remix of content requires what? But the problem often encountered in our system is....

They require a copyright and the problem encountered with this system is not able to find easily if media is copyrighted

4. This leaves two choices open, either.................. or …............................, neither of which are fair.


This leaves two open choices open, either break the laws or not to be creative, neither of which are fair.

5. Creative Commons provides an easy way for people to …................ their ….................. with the …................ they intend other people to …...................... with respect to their content. So when you …......... …................... Creative Commons ….................. content, you have a ….................. …......................... of what you're …......................... to do with it and what you're …....... allowed to do with it.”

Creative commons provides an easy way for people to mark their content with the freedom they intend other people to have with respect to their content. So when you come across Creative commons mark content, you have a simple understanding of what you're allow to do with it and what you're not allowed to do with it.

6. Creative Commons is designed for purely non commercial ventures. True or false?


False, it's design primly for a free license and non profit. It's design for freedom promotion. But the artist can earn money with his work. This license is here for help to share content. He says this system must be flexible.

7. This allows artists to choose between «some ............. …............ and «no rights ...................” explain.

This allows artists to choose between some right reserve and no right reserve. This is for share music for more people and then it enable them to sell more music.

8. More importantly, creative commons licences 'invite the audience' to do what?

This licence invite audienc to participate with the music. You can use this license for remix.

9. Many artists see such licences as a way to..............

Many artists see such licences as a way to be reconized

10. This will make it possible to remix their music. Explain.

This license provide you a right to modify music of other. It like a work community

12. Bill Thompson does not see CCPL as a 'sideshow' or epiphenomena. Explain.


Bill does not see CCPL like a sideshow because many people want to create their one music and share with people but they want have some right for their creation. CCPL give them this right. This license give the opportunities to create with many people and it's why it will be not just an epiphenomena.

13. “Well I think that in some …................., it is going to be a …................................... and I think in music, it's definitely that some ….............. would like it, embrace it and ….......... their music and it will be …........... But of course the idea of Creative Commons goes …............... ….............. , as X was saying, …............ are in there, but also it's …................... …..................., almost any sort of …............... ….................... that you would have ….......................... on can be …...................... under a Creative Commons Licence.”

“Well I think that in some reason, it is going not to be a sideshow and I think in music, it's definitely that some musician would like it, embrace it and release their music and it will be important But of course the idea of Creative Commons goes be on music, as X was saying, movie are in there, but also it's rework, almost any sort of creation output that you would have copyright on can be realized under a Creative Commons Licence.”


14. The impact will be broader than simply getting a few musicians to …....................... and ….................. their music.

The impact will be broader than simply getting a few musicians to realize that staff and solely sample their music.

15. The whole world can then ...................................by their music.

The whole world can then to be inspired by their music.

16. Why is Gilberto Gil keen on creative commons?

Gilberto Gil is keen on creative common because he believe than creative commons will open at brazilian music the world wide market and inspire people to buy the CD for mix and work with it.

Speaking section: using your notes where necessary, describe what you have learned about CC. Who do you agree with, the Canadian who defends copyright or Bill Thompson? Send as attached.

Creative commons is a licence that allow artists to give right at their creation without be restrictive like the copyright. The Canadian says the artists have not any benefit for their creation with this licence because most of people are downloading music without pay. This licence just give a way to download legally music that normally is not without this licence.
I am not agree with a copyright and I prefer the way of Creative commons. I think some artists have not seen the emergence of the internet and didn't known how take this advantage for them.
I think there is many way to have contribution without be in illegal way each time we download a music. They are some interesting alternative like propose a voluntary contribution for each download or a bill between artists.
We must remember in France there is ever a tax for each rewritable CD for give a retribution at the big musical companies. Today we can see in France the Hadopi law that clearly affect our private freedoms. This law will allow the authority to check what we are doing on the net. And each time a law is past for illegal download, we can see the benefit goes at the big artists and their companies.
We can see although little artist are never against the Internet because it is a great vector for become known. We also can see some artists have been famous with the web. In a normal way they will probably be unknown forever. So we should not give all worst about illegal download.
I think creation is something we must share, and each support is good for this. Maybe the big artist should find a new way to be creative with this new support. There is always a way to have a contribution for the work we are doing. It must be fair and igual for every body. Concert is a good way to have a contribution. Each time a new support has been created, big musical companies and big artists have been afraid to loose their influence. But they are always here and the Internet is an unprecedented opportunities to invent a new way for be creative and share these creations with others. I think the debate is not to know if we are all guilty to have download illegally a music or a film but how the artists must be more creative than ever and big companies must find a new way to give contribution at their artists.

You will read the First section below, then translate 1 or 2. into English.

2. L'édition électronique
Le véritable décollage de l'édition éléctronique se situe au début des années 90, avec le CD-Rom, dont l'évolution permet la reproduction d'images en couleur de bonne qualité. Les produits deviennent effectivement multimédias et interactifs, en intégrant des textes, des sons, des images fixes ou animées, l'ensemble organisé par un logiciel. L'émergence du DVD-Rom en multipliant la capacité de stockage, donne la possibilité d'intégrer une encyclopédie illustrée sur un seul support.

L'impression numérique

La numérisation du processus éditorial concerne aussi, depuis quelques années, l'impression du livre. En attendant que le livre lui-même devienne électronique. L'objectif de la numérisation de cette étape est de réduire les délais de reproduction, éventuellement de personnaliser les documents, et d'abaisser les coûts pour imprimer des quantités plus ajustées aux besoins.
Les micro-éditeurs et les personnes qui s'autoéditent trouvent, notamment avec l'imprimante laser ou encore à jet d'encre, un moyen de produire des livres pour un coût très réduit par rapport aux techniques classiques. L'impression numérique convient bien aux documents de communication (affichettes, catalogues, mémoires etc.) qui sont modifiés fréquemment.

The electronically edition

The true take off electronically edition is around the 90 year, with the CDROM whose evolution permits the picture reproduction in good quality. The product become effectively multimedia and interactive by integrating text, audio, picture or animated picture, together organized with software. The emergence of DVD-ROM by multiplying the capacity of store, gives the possibility to integer an illustrated encyclopaedia in only one support.

The numeric print

Since some years, the process of editorial memorisation concerns also the print book. Pending the book itself becomes electronics. The aim of the digitalization in this step is to reduce the delay of reproduction, possibly to personalise the document and lower cost for print quantity more adjusted at the needs.
The auto edition by micro editor and people find with the laser printer or even inkjet is particularly a means to produce books with a reduce cost compare with classical technical. The digital print is appropriate for communication documents (placard, catalogue, memory etc.) which are frequently modified.


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Doudou



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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: Nouveau DM   Mer 18 Aoû - 21:44

Salut, Alexandre.

1. What kinds of digital content are covered by Creative Commons Licensing?

The kind of digital content covered by Creative Commons Licensing are texts, pictures, films, musics and website.
Creative Commons Licensing covers text, pictures, films, music, and websites.

2. Who are the people who use Creative Commons?

People who are using digital technology to widespread ideas broadly or to reuse or remix content. Someone who want make a film. People who want mix images with music. People who want create web page or blog
The people who use Creative Commons include those who can take advantage of digital technology to advertise their ideas, make films, mix images and music, create webpages or blogs.

3. Technically, reuse or remix of content requires what? But the problem often encountered in our system is....

They require a copyright and the problem encountered with this system is not able to find easily if media is copyrighted
Content reuse and content remixing involves the practice of using existing content components to develop new documents, media, or graphics. Both require a copyright; but the problems often encountered in this system is the difficulty in locating copyrights.

4. This leaves two choices open, either.................. or …............................, neither of which are fair.

This leaves two open choices open, either break the laws or not to be creative, neither of which are fair.
This leaves two choices open: either break the law or abandon creativity.

5. Creative Commons provides an easy way for people to …................ their ….................. with the …................ they intend other people to …...................... with respect to their content. So when you …......... …................... Creative Commons ….................. content, you have a ….................. …......................... of what you're …......................... to do with it and what you're …....... allowed to do with it.”

Creative commons provides an easy way for people to mark their content with the freedom they intend other people to have with respect to their content. So when you come across Creative commons mark content, you have a simple understanding of what you're allow to do with it and what you're not allowed to do with it.
Creative Commons provides an easy way for people to mark their content with the same freedom they intend others to have with respect to their content. So when you come across content with a Creative Commons mark, you know what you are and aren't allowed to do with it.

6. Creative Commons is designed for purely non commercial ventures. True or false?

False, it's design primly for a free license and non profit. It's design for freedom promotion. But the artist can earn money with his work. This license is here for help to share content. He says this system must be flexible.
False. It's designed primarily for free license and nonprofit ventures.

7. This allows artists to choose between «some ............. …............ and «no rights ...................” explain.

This allows artists to choose between some right reserve and no right reserve. This is for share music for more people and then it enable them to sell more music.
This allows artists to choose between some rights reserving and no rights reserving. This allows people to share more music, thus enabling them to sell more music.

8. More importantly, creative commons licences 'invite the audience' to do what?

This licence invite audienc to participate with the music. You can use this license for remix.
Creative Commons licenses invite the audience to participate in the music. These licenses also allow for remixing of content.

9. Many artists see such licences as a way to..............

Many artists see such licences as a way to be recognized.

10. This will make it possible to remix their music. Explain.

This license provide you a right to modify music of other. It like a work community
This license gives you the right to modify other people's music.

12. Bill Thompson does not see CCPL as a 'sideshow' or epiphenomena. Explain.

Bill does not see CCPL like a sideshow because many people want to create their one music and share with people but they want have some right for their creation. CCPL give them this right. This license give the opportunities to create with many people and it's why it will be not just an epiphenomena.
Bill Thompson doesn't see CCPL as a sideshow because many people want to create their own music and share it with people, but they also want to have some rights for their creations. CCPL gives them this right. With this license, many people have the opportunity to create, and that's why it will not be just an epiphenomenon. (<- singular form)

13. “Well I think that in some …................., it is going to be a …................................... and I think in music, it's definitely that some ….............. would like it, embrace it and ….......... their music and it will be …........... But of course the idea of Creative Commons goes …............... ….............. , as X was saying, …............ are in there, but also it's …................... …..................., almost any sort of …............... ….................... that you would have ….......................... on can be …...................... under a Creative Commons Licence.”

“Well I think that in some reason, it is going not to be a sideshow and I think in music, it's definitely that some musician would like it, embrace it and release their music and it will be important But of course the idea of Creative Commons goes be on music, as X was saying, movie are in there, but also it's rework, almost any sort of creation output that you would have copyright on can be realized under a Creative Commons Licence.”
Well, I think that in some cases, it is not going to be a sideshow... Dis, Alexandre. Tu as choisi les mauvais mots remplaçants parce que tout ça n'a aucun sens pour moi.

14. The impact will be broader than simply getting a few musicians to …....................... and ….................. their music.

The impact will be broader than simply getting a few musicians to realize that staff and solely sample their music.
The impact will be broader than simply getting a few musicians to realize ???, and soley sample their music.

15. The whole world can then ...................................by their music.

The whole world can then to be inspired by their music.
The whole world can then be inspired by their music.

16. Why is Gilberto Gil keen on creative commons?

Gilberto Gil is keen on creative common because he believe than creative commons will open at brazilian music the world wide market and inspire people to buy the CD for mix and work with it.
Gilberto Gil is keen on Creative Commons because he believes it will offer Brazilian music to a worldwide market and inspire people to buy the CD for mixing.

Speaking section: using your notes where necessary, describe what you have learned about CC. Who do you agree with, the Canadian who defends copyright or Bill Thompson? Send as attached.

Creative commons is a licence that allow artists to give right at their creation without be restrictive like the copyright. The Canadian says the artists have not any benefit for their creation with this licence because most of people are downloading music without pay. This licence just give a way to download legally music that normally is not without this licence.
Creative Commons is a license that allows artists to have a right to their creations without copyright restrictions. "The Canadian" says artists don't get any benefits for their creations with this license because most people download music without paying for it.This license just allows one to legally download music... j'ai pas compris le reste.
I am not agree with a copyright and I prefer the way of Creative commons. I think some artists have not seen the emergence of the internet and didn't known how take this advantage for them.
I don't agree with the notion of copyrights. I prefer the Creative Commons approach.
I think there is many way to have contribution without be in illegal way each time we download a music. They are some interesting alternative like propose a voluntary contribution for each download or a bill between artists.
We must remember in France there is ever a tax for each rewritable CD for give a retribution at the big musical companies.
I believe we should be able to enjoy all the musical contributions online without it being illegal each time we downlaod them. There should be alternatives to paying, such as voluntary contributions for each download, or some sort of contract between the artists involved. We should remember that in France there is always a tax for each rewritable CD, so that big musical companies will be remunerated.
Today we can see in France the Hadopi law that clearly affect our private freedoms. This law will allow the authority to check what we are doing on the net. And each time a law is past for illegal download, we can see the benefit goes at the big artists and their companies.
We can see although little artist are never against the Internet because it is a great vector for become known.
Today in France, we can see how much the Hadopi law affects our private freedoms. This law lets the authorities to check on what we're doing on the Internet; and each time a law is passed prohibiting illegal downloads, we can see all the benefits going to the well known artists and their companies. Lesser known artists are in favor of using the Internet to advertise their compositions because it is a great vector for becoming known.
We also can see some artists have been famous with the web. In a normal way they will probably be unknown forever. So we should not give all worst about illegal download.
I think creation is something we must share, and each support is good for this. Maybe the big artist should find a new way to be creative with this new support.
The Web is also responsible for the fame of some artists. Under different circumstances, they would be unknown forever.So we shouldn't condemn all illegal downloads. I think artistic creations are something we must share. (-> J'ai pas compris le reste.)
There is always a way to have a contribution for the work we are doing. It must be fair and igual for every body. Concert is a good way to have a contribution. Each time a new support has been created, big musical companies and big artists have been afraid to loose their influence. But they are always here and the Internet is an unprecedented opportunities to invent a new way for be creative and share these creations with others. I think the debate is not to know if we are all guilty to have download illegally a music or a film but how the artists must be more creative than ever and big companies must find a new way to give contribution at their artists.
There is always to make a contribution for the work we are doing. It must be fair and equal for everybody. Each time a new ???support??? has been created, big musical companies and famous artists are afraid of losing their influence; but they are always present, and the Internet offers unprecedented opportunities to be creative and share these creations with others. I think the debate is not to know if we are all guilty of illegal downloads of music or films, but how artists must be more creative than ever; and big companies must find a new way to pay their artists.

You will read the First section below, then translate 1 or 2. into English.

2. L'édition électronique
Le véritable décollage de l'édition éléctronique se situe au début des années 90, avec le CD-Rom, dont l'évolution permet la reproduction d'images en couleur de bonne qualité. Les produits deviennent effectivement multimédias et interactifs, en intégrant des textes, des sons, des images fixes ou animées, l'ensemble organisé par un logiciel. L'émergence du DVD-Rom en multipliant la capacité de stockage, donne la possibilité d'intégrer une encyclopédie illustrée sur un seul support.

Electronic publishing

The true take off electronically edition is around the 90 year, with the CDROM whose evolution permits the picture reproduction in good quality. The product become effectively multimedia and interactive by integrating text, audio, picture or animated picture, together organized with software. The emergence of DVD-ROM by multiplying the capacity of store, gives the possibility to integer an illustrated encyclopaedia in only one support.
Electronic publishing had its real start at the beginning of the 90s with the CD-Rom, whose ongoing development allows for the duplication of high quality color pictures. The product is effectively an interactive multimedia result combining text, sound, stills, or animations, all organized by a piece of software. The emergence of the DVD-Rom makes it possible to incorporate an illustrated encyclopedia on just one medium by increasing storage capacity

L'impression numérique

La numérisation du processus éditorial concerne aussi, depuis quelques années, l'impression du livre. En attendant que le livre lui-même devienne électronique. L'objectif de la numérisation de cette étape est de réduire les délais de reproduction, éventuellement de personnaliser les documents, et d'abaisser les coûts pour imprimer des quantités plus ajustées aux besoins.
Les micro-éditeurs et les personnes qui s'autoéditent trouvent, notamment avec l'imprimante laser ou encore à jet d'encre, un moyen de produire des livres pour un coût très réduit par rapport aux techniques classiques. L'impression numérique convient bien aux documents de communication (affichettes, catalogues, mémoires etc.) qui sont modifiés fréquemment.

Digital printing

Since some years, the process of editorial memorisation concerns also the print book. Pending the book itself becomes electronics. The aim of the digitalization in this step is to reduce the delay of reproduction, possibly to personalise the document and lower cost for print quantity more adjusted at the needs.
The auto edition by micro editor and people find with the laser printer or even inkjet is particularly a means to produce books with a reduce cost compare with classical technical. The digital print is appropriate for communication documents (placard, catalogue, memory etc.) which are frequently modified.
For some years, the digitization of the publishing process has also had an impact on the printing of books until books themselves would become electronic. The goal of digitizing this step is to cut down on duplication delays, and finally to personalize the documents, thus lowering printing costs of quantities that are based on need. Micro-editors and those who self publish find a means of publishing books at a very low cost in comparison with classical techniques by using a laser printer or an inkjet printer. Digital printing is better suited to communication documents (placards, catalogues, memoires, etc.) which are frequently modified.

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Date d'inscription : 02/08/2010

MessageSujet: Re: Nouveau DM   Jeu 19 Aoû - 11:03

Bonjour Doudou,

Je tiens à te remercier car j'ai obtenu un "A" pour mon premier DM grâce à toi. Normalement, les DM sont finis et j'espère qu'on pourra rester en contact.

Alexandre.
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Doudou



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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: Nouveau DM   Jeu 19 Aoû - 20:07

You're welcome, Alexandre.

Tu pourras bien rester en contact, mais je dois toujours répondre prioritairement aux demandes les plus courtes.

I'm glad you got such a good mark on your first assignment (devoir).

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