The Fine Print

I just made this sticker to put in comments on Facebook (mostly) when people post misattributed memes. I’m putting it here so other people can use it if they want.

Stop Sharing Bad Memes.

Moving on to the fine print proper: This is my personal website.

The opinions expressed herein are my own. I make no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this website. All information is offered without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or completeness or accuracy of the information it contains. The views and opinions on this site do not represent (and should not be construed as representing) the opinions, policies, or positions of any past, present, or future employers, or any of their subsidiaries or funders.

Content on this site is offered under a Creative Commons attribution-noncommercial- sharealike license, Version 4.0. 

In English, this means:

  • Here’s what I think, myself.
  • If you try something I say and it doesn’t work for you, that’s not my problem. I try to be accurate, check my sources, and write clear instructions, but you are responsible for your own critical thinking and personal safety. Just for example, I’m not responsible if you sprain your hand while attempting to spiralize a celery root.
  • On this site, I do not speak for my employers.
  • I remind you that the granting of copyright on a work is automatic upon creation of that work. This is my work. I call dibs. If you like what I have written, you may certainly link to it (you don’t need permission for that; the Internet pretty much wouldn’t work, otherwise). If you want to do more than link, you may re-use anything on this site under the following conditions:

(a) You must give credit to me (Simone Parrish) as the original author/creator (and preferably link to the URL of the page you got it from);

(b) You may not charge money for your work that re-uses my work; and

(c) You must offer your work under the same type of license. If these terms are not satisfactory, you have two choices:

(1) Don’t use my work (make your own!), or

(2) Contact me for specific permission (e.g., if you want to make money off my work, you should probably pay me a little commission out of what you make, so contact me to arrange that). If you don’t know me personally, you can find me on LinkedIn or Facebook.

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