OpenContent is Dead. Long Live OpenContent!

“I’m closing OpenContent because I think Creative Commons is doing a better job of providing licensing options which will stand up in court. As I close OpenContent, I join Creative Commons as Director of Educational Licenses. Now I can focus in on facilitating the kind of sharing most interesting to me – that which supports learning – with the pro bono support of really good IP lawyers. And I couldn’t be happier.” David WileyOpenContent is Dead. Long Live OpenContent!