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Content Use and Reuse

All content (unless otherwise noted) found on this site is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. License details

Why do I care?

Maybe you don’t! However, if you want to re-use or adapt content from this site for any reason, you are free to do so providing you credit me (see below) and do so under a compatible license. See the license details for more complete information.

How do I credit you?

Unless otherwise noted, content on this site should be credited to Nate Levesque (TheNaterhood), www.thenaterhood.com. A link to the content you are reusing along with a link to the license should also be provided.

If you are simply citing work found on this site, rather than reusing, the author is Nate Levesque.

For any questions or to request permission for reuse that does not fall under the license, please contact me.

Why is your work licensed instead of copyrighted?

Work licensed under Creative Commons licenses is still copyrighted. Violations of the license constitute copyright infringement. However, licensing work under Creative Commons Free Culture licenses allows for it to be reused and adapted more easily, as it does not require express permission from the author. Free culture licenses are intended to encourage the sharing of knowledge and culture in ways that allow it to be freely shared and built on.