Larry showed me mozCC, a cool plugin for Mozilla based browsers that shows the Creative Commons license of a page on the browser window margin and also lets you examine the license in more detail. Can someone make this for IE and Safari?
Unfortunately, if they made it as flexible as they should, they would run out of cool little icons. ;)
Since it's possible to create these plugins that works in both Explorer and Internet Explorer.
This could be extended for the Windows Version, to also work with other files, like MP3/Ogg's as mentioned on CC's technology page. Meaning, browsing for files in Explorer, would also show appropiate license info when available.
Joi, are you a part of CC?
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I installed mozCC a few days ago, and it's pretty cool. It's an (extension|plugin) for Mozilla-based browsers that shows you info about a site's Creative Commons information if it has the CC rdf metadata in the page. If you... Read More
mozCC is an extension for Mozilla-based browsers, which provides a convenient way to examine and indicate Creative Commons licenses embedded in web pages. Depending on the embedded RDF, the respective icons show up in the status bar of the browser.
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