Knives at Noon

Knives at Noon are a progressive New Zealand band formed in late 2007 by vocalist and guitar player, Andrew Ketels, synth and bass player, Oli Wilson and drummer, Tim Couch. Having just been placed in the top 32 bands for MTV’s Kickstart Competition and completing a national tour (finishing up with a session at the […]

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New Zealand Electronic Text Centre

Overview The NZETC, a free online archive of New Zealand and Pacific Islands texts and heritage materials, was created in 2002 as part of the University of Victoria Library. Since then, the centre has grown its accessible collection to over 2,600 texts that feature in an online library. Their four main objectives are To create […]

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Sarah Stewart

Midwife, e-mentoring researcher and blogger, Sarah Stewart is working to encourage international communication using Creative Commons. Her website Sarah’s Musings is a valuable resource for anyone interested in health education and development, social networking tools and CC’s role in role Open Access at Otago Polytechnic. Tell us a bit about your work, and what makes […]

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Student CC Work

Jared Cleary Jared is budding art student with a particular interest in 3D Animation who has chosen to release his final 3D animation class project, “Zombee Mirror” on YouTube with a CC licence. He first heard about CC when the art hosting website DeviantART integrated Creative Commons licences into the process of uploading material to […]

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