>From the CCau website: As of midnight last night, the Pooling Ideas: We Are What We Share<http://www.pool.org.au/poolingideas> competition has officially concluded. It has ceased to be. It is no more. It is an ex-competition.
And what a massive success it was in the end. We got over 120 entries<http://www.pool.org.au/explore/tags/we_are_what_we_share?filter0=**ALL**> - from essays to poems to videos to images. Original works, remixes of original works, remixes of remixes - all with the theme of sharing. Over the next few days we'll be posting selected entries, in the lead up to the announcement of the winners at the We Are What We Share<http://www.ideasfestival.com.au/02_cal/details.asp?ID=86&varPeriod=1> seminar at the Ideas Festival on Saturday. So if you're in the vicinity of the State Library of Queensland<http://www.slq.qld.gov.au/> about 5pm Saturday, pop in, check out the prize winning entries and hear the analysis, discussion and general reflection from our panel of experts: * remix artist and 'The Night Air' producer John Jacobs; * social media researcher and Youtube expert, Dr Jean Burgess; * designer, artist and remixer Merri Randell; and * Creative Commons Australia's very own Elliott Bledsoe. Jessica Coates Project Manager Creative Commons Clinic Queensland University of Technology ph: 07 3138 8301 fax: 07 3138 9395 email: j2.coa...@qut.edu.au
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