Abiding by the letter of open licenses mean you do not have to ask permission. But it sure is nice when someone goes beyond the letter of the license and lets you know of a use of your work. It's an old story around here, and it's so old I cannot ...

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per·mu·ta·tion p?rmyo?o?t?SH(?)n/ noun a way, especially one of several possible variations, in which a set or number of things can be ordered or arranged. Often I am asked if "this is the right way to do attribution" for something openly licensed. Most of the time I am tempted to reply, if ...

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A tweet of ends https://twitter.com/BryanAlexander/status/829388339094642688 The standard opening lines here would be my woeful admission of how little I had written in that special storytelling space. It would be wafted with moth-ball scented excuses. You can more or less see the words without me writing them. Even before a click the "next" button ...

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I knew this blog post title was a terrible metaphor. But once the metaphor took a hold in my brain, it would not let go. And then I am in Photoshop, mashing up a collage of assorted images from web sites that do not provide the source of the same ...

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Oh that calendar. After the evening dog walk (where solitude yields thoughts that solve most of the world's problems, though solutions vanish in passage through the front door) I return maybe to tinker in some code or blog something... and a pop up reminder. Tomorrow is February 8. With arithmetic, on ...

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Cancer took Dad in August 2001. I don't want to do the arithmetic on how long ago that was. Yet I did. Where is that point of the trailing off of grief and the acceptance of the norm where your parent is gone? It's not defined at all I think of him when ...

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