Permissions granted for educational and non-commercial uses
To reference this site in APA format, the reference will depend on the page you are citing but will look like this:
Meisner, Gary B. (Year, Month Date Published). Article title. Phi: The Golden Number, Retrieved Month Date, Year, from https://www.goldennumber.net
This website was redesigned in 2012, so many of the articles show a 2012 publish date even though they were published much earlier, many as early as 2001 or on a predecessor site back to 1997. You can determine the original month or year an article was published by using the Wayback Machine at http://web.archive.org/web/*/goldennumber.net
If you would like to use images from this site for school papers, educational purposes and non-commercial uses, all you have to do is add the reference to your material wherever the images appear:
Image courtesy of https://www.goldennumber.net, Gary B. Meisner, Copyright 2001-20xx (insert current year for 20xx).
As added background, Gary holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from University of Chicago and BS in Accountancy from University of Illinois.
This is an authorization to use up to ten images from the site in your material.
You may also include portions of the text of the site with the same reference.
Please note that this is NOT an authorization to copy substantial portions of this site and include it in your material or represent it as your own work.
Although not an absolute requirement of use, I appreciate being informed of your use by sending an e-mail (see below) with your name, e-mail address and where the image will be used, including a URL if it’s an Internet site.
Commercial uses – Permissions and custom image development
Before using any of the images on this site for commercial or for-profit uses, please contact me to obtain authorization via e-mail for each specific use. Some of the images on this site are original copyrighted images. Others are in the public domain. Sources are unknown for some images.
As the images on this site were developed for web usage, their resolution is not generally adequate for print. If you see images that you would like in higher resolutions, I have developed custom images for text books and will be happy to quote you on your specific requirements.