Love you, great big bunches of public domain goodness?
Speak you, like Yoda?
Okay, the second part isn’t required, but the good news is:
Jan 1st, 2019!
That’s the day that many beloved classics from 1923 will become the common property of the people!
And to quote:
“…It means that “hundreds of thousands of books, musical compositions, paintings, poems, photographs and films” will become freely available to distribute, remix, and remake, as Glenn Fleishman writes at Smithsonian. “Any middle school can produce Theodore Pratt’s stage adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray, and any historian can publish Winston Churchill’s The World Crisis with her own extensive annotations… and any filmmaker can remake Cecil B. DeMille’s original The Ten Commandments.” ”
And if you’d like other resources for the public domain, consider:
Jan 1st, 2019…. tons of fresh new content will be made available with total public domain rights…
Why not consider taking advantage of that today?