Weirdbook.org

A blog experiment by Brad Mills.

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Disclaimer

Let me just say, for the record, I find it sad that we live in a society litigious enough to necessitate disclaimers on blogs.

I speak only for myself on this site, and the words I post do not represent any employer or organization associated with me, past, present, or future. Comments posted here are the sole responsibility of the commenters. Factual accuracy of the content found herein is never guaranteed, and errors may or may not be corrected. Further, I reserve the right to change my opinion as time marches on.

Messages sent to me via this site's contact form become my property to do with what I choose. I say this primarily so I can, if I choose, publicly make fun of any spam I receive. If it's not spam, you have very little to fear.

You'll find links to other sites on this site. Just in case you've been living in a cave, that's how the Internet works. I have no control of these sites, and I have no control of the content you'll find there. If something bad happens to you because you visit a site I link to, that's not my problem.

Finally, I reserve the right to change these terms at any time for any reason.

I won't speculate on the reasons you're reading this disclaimer. But, if you continue using this site afterwards, you fully accept its terms.

Copyright

Copyright law in the digital world is a slippery slope. It has become trivial to duplicate and distribute others' content, and archaic copyright laws written in the 1700s were seemingly not designed to account for the march of technology. Thus, Creative Commons was born — a means for authors and content creators to retain the rights to their work while allowing it to be copied, distributed, and used under the terms they dictate.

Creative Commons The contents of this blog created by me are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license. This license specifically does not apply to:

  • Comments posted by other people. Those remain the property of whoever posted them, of course.
  • Images I did not create. When it's something I didn't create, I try to use images in the public domain or under a Creative Commons license when possible and attempt to give credit where credit is due regardless. When in doubt, feel free to ask me.
  • Quotes attributed to others. Those remain the property of the person or entity being quoted.

As for my own content, people are going to borrow stuff from here anyway, either outright or in the form of inspiration, so hey... go for it. Basically, you may distribute the content anywhere you like and remix it in a manner of your choosing provided that:

  1. I, Brad Mills, am properly credited as the creator of the original work, and
  2. it is not used for commercial purposes.

When crediting me as the creator of the original work, I humbly ask that you incorporate both my name (Brad Mills) and the site name (Weirdbook.org).

Affiliate statement

I am an Amazon.com affiliate. Some of the links on this site point to products sold on Amazon.com, and I get a small commission if you buy those things. Now you know. If you feel like it, you can buy me something from my wishlist. Get yourself something nice too... you deserve it.