I was flicking through a book of children’s birthday cakes (as you do) at the house of a friend-of-a-friend, and what should I come across but a familiar image?
If anyone wants to make the cake, they can find the recipe in the Australian Women’s Weekly Book of Kids’ Birthday Cakes, ISBN 978-1863965514.
(Thanks to Amazon’s Search Inside This Book feature for the images, and Firebug for allowing me to extract the URLs and exercise my right to quote for the purposes of review.)
So, how much of that page is copyrightable? Tux is in the public domain, I guess so you can do whatever you want with it. Too bad Tux wasn’t released under Creative Commons. :)
Hmmm… Tux looks happier being made of butter and sugar and all that, instead of being a lot of bits and code. Maybe the kernel needs a bit of sugar?