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“An open Net embraces free culture. That doesn’t mean disrespecting the copyright of others. It means instead enabling others to share and build upon the work you want the Net to love. Practice the freedom you expect from others, by licensing your work as freely as you can.”

– Lawrence Lessig for Mark Up

I like sharing, so wherever possible I have used a Creative Commons licence to allow others to share what I’ve created. However I didn’t create everything on the site, so please check the general information on this page about what is shared and any specific information regarding copyright on other pages.

If you are unsure about anything – or if I’ve got something wrong – please get in touch.

1. Some material is shared

The text of More Than Maths by Lois Lindemann is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License, except where noted.

Some images also have Creative Commons licences, please see individual picture credits for details.

Creative Commons License

Not sure what that means? A Creative Commons licence is a form of copyright licence that builds in permission for work to be shared, with some conditions. The terms of the licence that I have chosen are here.

This video explains Creative Commons really simply and clearly and is ideal as an introduction for anyone – not just New Zealanders:





2. Some rights are reserved

No part of this site may be reproduced for commercial purposes.

© Some sections of text are used with the permission of the authors. These have all rights reserved and are clearly indicated as such.

© The majority of the images used in the buttons are stock images, used under licence. These have all rights reserved.

© Many of the images that appear on the site are used under licence. These have various rights reserved, please see individual picture credits for details.

© Embedded materials from third parties (such as videos from are used as permitted by the source site or by the copyright holder. These materials have various rights reserved, please follow the links back to the relevant source pages for further information.


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