“As a general rule, if it’s in the internet, it can be stolen.” — Mark (Vimeo tech)

The copyright wars are breaking the internet. Content producers such as authors and composers have long been concerned that someone might eat into their earnings by stealing their work instead of paying for it. I’m no different. I’d quite like a little bit of your money in exchange for trying to make your life a teensy bit better. But I really don’t want to support hideous technologies like DRM or dangerous practices the lead to de facto censorship.

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TL;DR — You can re-use content on this site as long as you’re not a jerk about it.