In the 49th point of '101 Ways to Save the Internet', Paul Boutin from Wired said, 'Publish Creative Commons for Dummies The open copyright licensing system is pure genius. But you need to be a genius to use it.' Since I'm always the last to understand, I'm pretty good at designing things for dummies, so I've been thinking what cc for dummies would look like. And I don't know if the problem is that there is too much information to navigate that you end up giving up early, or that the information itself is complex. Since Creative Commons is targeting itself at a wide range of different users, it is probably more a problem of the former than the latter. So does that mean that people need to build different portals to accommodate different users eg cc for musicians, cc for artists, cc for educators?