Ok, so I’m not typically litigious, and I’m happy to share images of the things I work on, but lately, I’m finding that covering my @$$ legally makes more and more sense… (it hasn’t been a friendly business year…)
So, I’m going to start licensing my images using the Creative Commons license, and here I’m testing HTML code generated by www.imagecodr.org
Here’s a image of a drawing I made last night to visualize cutting an isosceles/equilateral triangle on a table saw:
Let’s see what happens…
The CC license I’ve chosen is the ” Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic” license. This essentially says you may freely share this image as long as proper attribution is given (to me) and you may also adapt this work (i.e. create a deriviative work, or modify this work) as long as attribution is given, and you redistribute your derivative under the same CC license!
All of this is strictly for NON-COMMERCIAL Purposes!!! If you wish to use this for commercial purposes, which I’m not particularly against, all you have to do is to contact me and get permission.
Clicking on the image should take you to the Flickr page with the full size image on it… Click on the little CC icon below the image for license details…
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