Blog now completely Creative Commons-licensed

Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

Alhamdulillaah, after finding the wpLicense WordPress plugin on the Creative Commons website, I’ve been able to completely license all my work released through my blog under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States license.  This means such world-changing works as my essay on Social Networking & online projects, my tirade against anti-userism, a heart-warming story of love, loss, and & hard disks, the possible (at least, then) merger of Yahoo! & Google, natural sounds recorded with my H4, and many other things.

This license covers all original work by me posted to this blog, including literature & multimedia (audio, video, & images).  For attribution it is sufficient to link back to the post containing the content on this site.  Since I have chosen the Attribution ShareAlike license, this means I simply want to be credited for my work and I would like that any derivative work using my own work also be shared in a similar way.  I would not mind if someone makes derivative works (keeping in mind the above two points), and if someone makes money from using my content, so be it!  Feel free to share some of the wealth with me if you are so inclined, but that is not a condition.  😉

So, at long last, my blog content is shared appropriately.  Let the creativity flow!

UPDATE: I fixed some typos and clarified the language I used for describing the terms under which I am licensing my work.

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