Freedom, Utility, and Copyright
20210221 The basis of the ecosystem we are creating is freedom: the freedom to choose, the freedom to learn, the freedom to change, the freedom to share, the freedom to contribute, the freedom to live, the freedom to enjoy, the freedom to communicate through the code and tools we write, and the freedom of and the right to privacy. Never let our freedom be taken from us. And through utilising the tools and technology that I make available to you, please give back freely. That may be through a donation to support the ongoing development, or contributions of code, bug fixes, extensions, and packages to MLHub.
Writing of this book began in 1995 in one form or another, and the material continues to be updated as the technology develops. The procedures and applications presented in this book and through the various MLHub packages have been included for their instructional value. They have been tested at various times over the years but are not guaranteed for any particular purpose. We also note that functionality of different applications can change over time and whilst we make an effort to update the material the sheer volume presents a challenge. The publisher, togaware.com, does not offer any warranties or representations, nor does it accept any liabilities with respect to the programs and applications.
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