The content of this blog (http://edu.blogs.com) and our company website (http://www.notosh.com) is not copyright. You can share, reuse and build upon its content, and this is something we'd encourage you to do. So that we all get the most value, we're keen to know how people have used the content, and also want your readers or viewers to have the opportunity to easily find the source of ideas you've chosen to build upon.
To this end, we ask that you credit the work according to our Creative Commons licence (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/scotland/). This allows you to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work (in a presentation, for example) and to make derivative works (where you build on our ideas).
All we ask in return is that you attribute the idea or resource to Ewan McIntosh, with a link back to http://edu.blogs.com, and that you don't attempt to make money directly out of our content or ideas (by repackaging them as a book and selling them on, for example).
All rules are there to be broken, though, so if you want to do anything that feels like it might not fit with the licence, just drop me a line. I'll probably end up agreeing really quickly to what you want to do anyway.
We just want to know how ideas spread.