Free music that's legal to share
#CreativeCommonsMusic can be legally shared non-commercially because it's published under a Creative Commons (CC) licence.
Some CC music sites:
https://jamendo.com - like iTunes but for CC music
http://magnatune.com - human-curated CC music label
http://ccmixter.org - CC remix community
https://libre.fm - like last.fm but for CC music
(thank you @strypey for links!)
CC music is also perfect for @funkwhale 👍
Data-mining reveals that 80% of books published 1924-63 never had their copyrights renewed and are now in the public domain.
This might be old news, but the guys at Protonmail are opening up more of their code.
The clock seems to have turned back twenty years as I discover the large cache of old-school winamp skins collected at archive.org
If you missed it: here's my interview with William Gibson. http://youtu.be/HhkoIwKs5PA
Talking cyberpunk, the atemporal future, and Johnny Mnemonic inside-baseball with the writer of Neuromancer and godfather himself.
Get a bunch of cool @nostarch books about hacking and support EFF at the same time. https://www.humblebundle.com/books/hacking-no-starch-press-books?mc_cid=a11ef75478&mc_eid=73ef9399b6
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko