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What is the Creative Commons License?

You've probably seen this on many blogs:

Wondering what the license is all about? Well, the fine CC folks put together a great flash video featuring many guest stars, including The White Stripes. Watch and enjoy.

I wonder when the ol' Soldier Ant will add a CCL ...............

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So what licence are you going to place your content under?

I went with Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.

I selected a license, but I think I might tweak my selection (and then find the time to throw it into the MT template. Oh wait! I'm still supposed to be designing something new to replace this ghetto template...

Anyway, what I've got for now is Attribution-ShareAlike

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