Hyperreal home page design by Tan Quach (1999),
incorporating an original "H" logo design by Tom Butcher (1997).
See below for permission to use the logo for linking purposes.
Except where specifically stated otherwise...
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See also: Linking Rights by Brad Templeton and Intellectual Property Issues at the Negativland site.
Permission is granted to use any of the following logos for linking purposes, provided the use of the logos does not violate any provisions listed in this notice of copyright. In addition, users are free to resize and edit the logos, or derive new logos from them. However, these logos may not be used in any form for any purpose other than in reference to this multimedia work.
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