OK, I don’t really see why I should have to say any of this, as copyright exists automatically from the moment a work is created in any kind of fixed form, which clearly includes a published blog post (and, indeed, an unpublished one).
Still, just to make things absolutely clear: the articles posted here, and the photos that appear on this blog are, unless explicitly stated to the contrary, the property of the blog owner, and are all copyright material. They are not published under a Creative Commons License.
This means that the content on this blog is protected by international copyright laws and cannot be stored on any retrieval system, reproduced, reposted, displayed, modified or transmitted in any form, electronic or otherwise without written permission of the copyright owner.
The exception to this is that a brief excerpt of content may be quoted as long as a link is provided back to the source page on this blog. And, of course, if you do want to publish any of the stuff on here, I will probably be delighted to let you – if you ask me! Incidentally, most of the original photos are available in higher resolution versions should anyone want copies; again, it’s a question of asking.
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2 thoughts on “the legal stuff”
The poem, entitled The Movie has really touched me. It has reminded me of the reality about the sands of time! Yeah, one time, my bones will be the color of moon!
That phrase is straight from the original Spanish, over on the Quaderno de notas blog, so I’m afraid I can’t take much credit – except for having recognised it and giving it a slightly wider audience.