Creative Commons FAQ
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All articles and photos on this site and our online photo albums are Copyrighted except where otherwise noted. An example, CC content from someone else, usually a photo, which is noted in the article and generally attributed in the notes at the end of the article.
Allowing reuse under Creative Commons:
I choose to give away some of those rights, with some stipulations. This is covered under the Creative Commons: By Attribution license.
By using this license;
- I give up the right to collect royalties.
- I allow the media (articles and photographs) to be used in other media.
There are still rules you need to follow to use this material – they are just different from the standard copyright rules. Under Creative Commons, you can use my material, but you must credit me.
- How do I place a credit for the media in my project?
- You can credit me as "(name of the article or photo you are using) Brad Rowland (highlyuncivilized.com)".
If you’d like to include the full license for legal reasons, you can do this: "Title of article or photo Brad Rowland (highlyuncivilized.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"
The photos from these albums are also available under these terms.