I never thought too much about copyright until I read Leo Babauta's blog, Zen Habits.

All of Zen Habits’ content is free of copyright. You can use it, copy it, reprint it, share it, manipulate it, change it, illustrate it, make it better, make it unrecognizable, translate it, destroy it – without permission – any way you like. (Find Babauta’s description of “uncopyright” here.)

When I first read it, something in me felt released. Free. I want my readers to feel the same way.

So here’s the deal. All of the content here on Mirificationis – text and images – is uncopyrighted. Public domain. I want it to be used, developed, played with, transformed – in short, I want it to have a life beyond me. I want you to use it in the way that feels best to you. Go nuts. If your creative muse whispers quietly in your ear, “Do this with it,” then do.

If you share the content somewhere, and would like to give me credit or link back to this site, that would be cool. But it’s not required.

What I would really, really love, though, is this: To see anything that you create with this material. (Only because I’m excited to see what you might do.) If you feel like sharing, you can contact me any of these ways.


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