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About the Creative Commons License
This book is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.For all the legal details and frills, see the last page of this book.See, I'm just one person. I can't even begin to hope to reach all the people who could use thisbook. But you can. By "you," of course, I mean the all the various folks in all the various countriesand states who download this book and enjoy it.
Here's how it works
Download this book. Read it, love it, use it, share it. Then go to work making it your own.
Think an audio podcast version would be cool? Do it.
Want to translate it into Nepalese for your Peace Corps buds? Super.
Got a crazy geek friend that only reads things written in binary (or Klingon)? Knockyourself out.
Want to put it into Braille and leave copies at all your blind friends' hangouts? Be myguest.
Want to upload it to your blog and share it with your friends? Post it in installments onyour Yahoo! Group? Add it to your list of free resources? Please do.
Not thrilled with the. pdf, but would love a .rtf, .doc, .html or whatever version? Soundsgreat to me!
Just dying to perform the book as a spoken word piece with interpretive dance? Send mea copy of the video, please!Basically, this license gives you the right to share this book and it's contents, shape it to fit yourneeds, create cool and unique versions or formats and so on and basically do what I can't do onmy own - get it into the hands of as many people as possible, in as many ways as possible.
What you can't do
You can't claim credit for the content itself. That's the Attribution part - my name and my contactinfo (website link, etc), along with anyone else's in the book, goes with any version, copy ordownload of the content in part or as a whole.You can't sell it or otherwise make money off of it. That's the NonCommercial part.Tthe final part, ShareAlike, simply means that after you've ripped it up and stuck it back togetherthe way you like it, you have to release your copy under the same license so that others can dothe same. It's only fair. Go to http://www.creativecommons.org for instructions on how to do this.Oh, and one last thing - if you do alter, translate, use, share, perform or otherwise reconfigure thework in some cool way, drop me a link or a copy or even just a note and let me know, so I canenjoy it and pass it around from my end. I can't wait to see what you guys come up with!