You’ve likely noticed several recent changes to the website, as I’ve been updating it with new features. Today’ I’d like to announce the most exciting. This blog is now licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
If you are unfamiliar with how Creative Commons works, here’s a short explanatory video:
I’ve been a big fan of Creative Commons for quite some time. Even my Master’s Thesis was released under a Creative Commons license, though it caused a bit of consternation on the university’s part, as I think I was the first to attempt to do so.
Anyway, I am excited for the change.
Note: the site’s Terms of Service page has been updated to reflect this change. Feel free to review it if you enjoy reading all the legalese I have to have posted to keep the lawyers happy.
Video “Get Creative!” courtesy of CreativeCommons.org. See more videos at http://creativecommons.org/videos/.