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Warning, my attribution requirements for using my work are:

When the attribution is done on a web page the hyperlinks should be proper formatted hyperlinks without a nofollow attribute. This way you offer me some search engine love in exchange for using my content.

If you have inreconcilable issues with these attribution terms you can always send me a mail on [email protected] and we can discuss the matter.