around the 7/3/06 wtrainbow mentioned about [videoblogging] Re: is 
creative commons broken? that:
>Who gave CC a mandate to create these licenses anyway?   What's the 
>difference in having
>a CC license and just stating your intent on your site (e.g. Please 
>feel free to use my work
>in any way you see fit but if you make any money from it I require 
>10% of gross revenue
>and a foot massage)

because it is backed up by a legal team willing to take someone to 
court to maintain this right if someone doesn't do what you say in 
your copy right agreement.
-- 
cheers
Adrian Miles
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