Contact/Copyleft Log

You can contact miahalf at "Me *at* miahalf *dot* com".

Unless otherwise stated, this website and its contents were created by miahalf, and are copyright 2007-2013 miahalf.

Unless otherwise stated, permission is given by miahalf to copy, modify and/or distribute any part of this website under the terms of one of the following:

  1. the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License,
    • or any later version published by the Creative Commons charitable corporation, with attribution given to 'miahalf';
  2. the GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.3,
    • or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation, with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts;
  3. the GNU General Public License version 3.0,
    • or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; or
  4. the Free Art License version 1.3.

Multi-licensing allows you, the licensee, to pick which license best suits your needs. In this case, these four different licenses are offered to allow compatibility with other Copyleft licensed projects. For example, if you wanted to re-post a photo from this website on, you could do so under license (a) provided you tagged it with the same license and credited 'miahalf'. Please contact miahalf for other licensing options.

Each of these Copyleft licenses gives you permission to copy, modify and distribute any part of this work, provided that you re-distribute it under the same license. In other words, it's free for you to use, as long as you keep it free... but please note that the term 'free' does not imply that you cannot charge a fee for your work. The freedom that is granted here is the freedom to use and build creatively upon the work, and no restriction is made as far as commercial use. (Here's a good article from the GNU Project called 'Selling Free Software' that discusses the different meanings of 'free')

If you do end up using some of mia's material in your own work, she would love to hear about it! She also has some higher-resolution images in her archives and would be happy to share them upon request.

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