Monday, 13 September 2004, 11:01:34 EDT

You may have noticed that I added a small graphic under the menu to the left. It is a link to a content license; all content on this site, unless otherwise noted, is now licensed under this license. I decided to do this because I have now made it easier to print the content on this web site. The menus, other navigational items, and other non print related items will no longer print to paper. The license isn't much. It basically states that you can use the content here provided you give me credit.


Copyrighting the content contained in a blog? I guess I will have to start making use of my double-quotes... 'lest I be sued.

It does raise the interesting point of how far should copyrights and licensing go, as a blog could been seen as a bit much. Well, mine at least since all I do is ramble on about mostly nothing.

Posted by Mr Frosti on Monday, 13 September 2004, 22:45:01 EDT.

This is not a "blog". I hate that word. Actually, it isn't even a word; it is half of a word. This site is basically a reflection of me and my work with a journal being the front page.

The license is just a catch all for if I post something like an essay or short story. It is likely to happen since I post a variety of content.

Posted by James Sumners on Tuesday, 14 September 2004, 7:40:34 EDT.

A copyrighted blog. Now that's a new one.

Posted by Jonathan G. on Tuesday, 14 September 2004, 21:04:06 EDT.