"Naturally, there's a recommended RDF code, button
graphics, example mock-ups and so forth, as you would expect from a
Creative Commons initiative. Follow the CC+ Protocol link for the
specifics. But even so, there's not a whole lot, because it really
is just that simple.
"It's not new of course. Magnatune and Beat Pick have been doing
this successfully for a few years now. What's new is that Creative
Commons is now promoting this idea as a standard, to be implemented
by a lot of Creative Commons friendly websites. Hopefully, we'll be
seeing little CC+ boxes on a lot of content sharing websites (I'm
personally hoping to see it on Jamendo and Flickr)."
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