This blog would not be possible in its current form without the generous sharing culture of the web.
I'm publishing on the Ghost platform - a new open source blogging system built on node.js, with a beautiful Markdown-based editor.
I'm also using the Bigfoot jQuery plugin to create sexy sexy popover notes, and Prism for nicely formatted codeblocks.
Fonts and icons
Fonts are Source Code Pro used under the Apache License and Open Sans used under the SIL Open Font License. Thanks to Font Squirrel for making them easy to find.
Footer icons from Font Awesome - thanks Dave! I also use some icons in post header images, courtesy of The Noun Project.
Photos & Pictures
Acknowledgements photo (i.e. this page) from ryancr used under BY-NC 2.0
Tinfoil photo from Dave Crosby used under BY-SA 2.0
ALIA Votes 2015 photo from DFAT used under CC-BY 2.0
A Measured Approach photo from Kristy Johnson used under CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0
Government as API photo from Yuri Samoilov used under CC-BY 2.0
Uber for the Social Contract photo from bfishadow used under CC-BY 2.0
Burn it all down photo from Gwen Schroeder used under CC-BY-ND 2.0
There never was a golden age of library blogs photo from Jonathan Rolande used under CC-BY 2.0
When Access isn't even Access from Got Credit used under CC-BY 2.0
Indexing Australian GLAM blogs image from Andy Langagern used under BY-NC 2.0
Gaiman quotes... image - “The American School” by Matthew Pratt (1734–1805) via The Metropolitan Museum of Art, licensed under CC0 1.0
Open like a medical gown (Standard Oil Sign) image from Tom Baddley used under BY-NC 2.0.
Most other images from Death to Stock.
Permission to re-use content
All other content is © Hugh Rundle, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. That is, copying and reproduction is permitted, free of charge, and encouraged - as long as you credit me as the original author.
If re-publishing any of my posts please ensure you adhere to the Creative Commons Best Practices for Attribution - specifically you should include a link back to the post/s you are using, an acknowledgement that Hugh Rundle is the author, and an acknowledgement that you are republishing under the terms of the CC-BY 4.0 license.