Copyrights and Attributions

All site content Ⓒ
All rights reserved Julie Mornelli.

“It’s mine, I tell you, mine! All mine! You can’t have it because it’s mine! You can read it (please); you can quote it (thanks); but I still own it because it’s mine! I wrote it, I designed it, I customized it so I own it forever and you don’t. So there.” **


What you can do:
If you want to use any part of this site and repost it somewhere else, here are your options:
The preferred option for written posts is linking. It lets people know you like what I do, and I appreciate that. If you want, include a short excerpt that shows why you like what I wrote.
The other (lame) option is to reprint an entire post and link back here. You can do that but really, that’s lame. People should come here to read the entire post, and maybe find more things they like on my site.

What you can’t do:
You may not take entire posts, or significant portions of posts, and provide no credit back here. This is stealing. If you do this for your own commercial gain (such as a site that is selling something even if it is just advertising), you’d better believe I’m coming after you (or rather, my lawyer is, and he’s not as nice as I am).

Rights I most certainly do not grant:
NOBODY has the rights to re-publish any of my materials in any medium for commercial gain without my expressed written permission, e.g. you can’t repulbish my posts in a newspaper, magazine or book (print or digital).

Special note about the graphics on this site:
Unless otherwise noted, all graphics, images, videos, animation and visuals of all kinds were either created by me and belong to me exclusively, or are modified files under Creative Commons license. You may not copy, reproduce or distribute any of them for whatever purpose, commercial or non commercial, without my expressed written permission.

Here is the link to request said permission:
email link

Special note about book covers:
All book covers are designed by me and proper Creative Commons license and attributions are duly noted in the ebook file. You may not reproduce and alter any of them, but you may link to or repost as is without special permission.

If you think I am a pain in the…
Well, too bad. Creative people love it when their work is appreciated but don’t like it when someone thinks they can just steal what they’ve spent countless hours producing. How would you feel if I came to your home and took your favorite book, painting, dress, or chinaware just because I need/want/like it and I don’t think you would mind? It’s the same thing…

** Shamelessly “borrowed” and adapted from Jeff Jarvis.

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