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Thought of the Week
How do creators / makers deal with blatant plagiarism? Last week I shared a framework to think about the people in the NoCode space as Makers, Freelancers, Automators and Founders. The Makers / Creators bucket is arguably the largest of these buckets - i.e. experts in functional areas who are trying to use NoCode tools to get over the “tech” roadblock.
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But what do you do when your work gets blatantly copied? This happened to a Notion creator called Ben Issen recently. Here’s the tweet that started it all.
Since Ben’s work was a Notion Freelancer Workspace, traditional methods of fighting plagiarism seem too out of hand. This prompted me to share some thoughts in this week’s pod (#39 linked below). The obvious solution in my mind is for platforms to create a content recognition mechanism that allows creators to legitimately monetize content and not get taken advantage of. Do you feel there’s a better way to counter plagiarism in the creator economy? Reply with your thoughts!
Today’s episode is about a twitter thread about plagiarism of honest creators’ work. I explore some thoughts on how current copyright law is being modified to support the creator ecosystem and what’s missing. There are a ton of resources that I used in my research linked below. The Twitter Thread and what’s at the heart of the issue How copyright impacts creators in the NoCode community Why NFTs aren’t a complete solution Example YouTube ContentID and Notion parallel
Today we discuss the bootstrapping years and future of Bubble. If you haven’t already, listen to Part 1 first (Story #036)! There’s one company that has continued to push the limits of what people can build with No-Code. And that’s Bubble! A lot of you have probably heard of Bubble. A lot of you have probably been scared off by the capabilities of Bubble and the learning curve. But there’s one thing nobody can deny - that the founders have stuck with the vision that they set the day when they were founded, which is to enable people, visually create web applications and websites that are as powerful as anything you could do with code.