2019 sees a huge flood of books, movies, and music entering public domain. These products were never re-copywrited under the extensions certain studios and publishers keep making to extend their works forward. These items come from 1923 but there are some interesting ones on the list, like the first of the Alice In Wonderland books, numerous classic music pieces, and the original Cecil B. DeMille version of The Ten Commandments. The article also has a list of a few places you can find these works or a larger list of newly free-to-use content for creators and educators. You can also try the Internet Archive and various other online book, film, and music distributors and streamers. That doesn’t mean a certain printing is free mind you, so don’t think that Charlie Chaplin DVD you’ve had your eye on over at Amazon is now free. It cost the same it did on December 31st unless the price changed by the seller.