It is very important that you read all of the legal agreement, but we are providing you with a summary to get you familiar with the basics of this Agreement, in non-legal language, or at least that is our attempt. Under the Agreement you remain the owner of the copyright to your Work. You are licensing your copyright to Intel to publish, publically display (on a website, for example), and market your Work, but Intel will not sell or license your Work to others for money, or charge others money to read your Work. You are free to exercise your rights as an owner of the work, including enforcing your rights and making money from your Work. This Agreement also provides for you to represent that the Work is entirely your creation. One last note, Intel is not under an obligation to publish or display your Work. Hopefully this helps, as you read the Agreement below.

Tomorrow Project Copyright & Promotional Agreement ("Agreement")

TITLE OF WORK (hereinafter, "Work"):

AUTHOR(S, "Author"):

1.0 Copyright agreement

Author grants to Intel Corporation and Intel's subsidiaries and independent contractors ("Intel"), a perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use, copy, and have copied, publish, market, make, have made, import, export, display, distribute the Work; to translate the Work into other languages or dialects and to exploit such translations; to copy and distribute all or any of the Work (including abstracts) on physical analogue and digital data carriers; to make recordings on devices for repeatable play-back using picture or sound carriers, and the right to copy, distribute and play same back; and to have the Work rendered by third parties.

2.0 Promotional release

2.1 Author grants permission to Intel to display and reproduce the Work. Author understands and acknowledges that this permission is a release of any claims for any copyright or trademark infringement with respect to an Intel promotional activity including, but not limited to: internal or external presentations; case studies; audio/video presentations for sales or trade shows; advertising, web content; advertisements; annual reports; point-of-sale displays; and demonstration programs.

2.2 Intel may need to reference or copy the Work, in whole or in part; incorporate the Work into any form of fixed media; combine copies or partial copies of the Work with materials owned by the Author or third parties; create new content; and make copies as reasonably necessary for an activity, including for display or distribution to third parties via any form of electronic or print media.

2.3 Intel maintains editorial control of the materials created for a promotional activity. Intel has no obligation to display the Work, or to provide compensation for promotional activities.

3.0 Author's warranties

3.1 Author represents and warrants that the Work is original and that he/she is the author of the Work, except possibly for material such as text passages, figures, and data that clearly identify the original source, with permission notices from the copyright owners where required.

3.2 The Author represents that he/she has the power and authority to make and execute this assignment.

3.3 The Author shall assume sole liability for any third party claims and on first request Author shall release and discharge Intel from third-party claims.

4.0 Parties' rights

4.1 Author retains all proprietary rights in the Work. Author may reproduce or authorize others to reproduce the Work, material extracted verbatim from the Work, or derivative works provided that the source and a correct copyright notice are indicated, and that the copies are not used in any way that implies Intel endorsement of a product or service.

4.2 Intel, at its sole discretion and for any reason, maintains the right not to publish or distribute the Work.

5.0 Parties' obligations

5.1 Intel will not handle third party reprint/republication requests. Third party requests will be directed to the first-named author. Intel also makes no obligations to enforce the Author's copyright protections.

5.2 Intel will provide Authors with deadlines to provide drafts and the finished work for publication. Late delivery may cause publication delays and result in Intel sustaining losses. Therefore, Intel cannot postpone delivery dates. In the event the Author delivers the Work late or not at all, Intel shall be entitled to rescind this Agreement without notice.

5.3 The Author is responsible for handling third party reprint/republication requests and is responsible for defending any intellectual property rights for the Work.

5.4 The Author undertakes to implement any reasonable alterations requested by Intel after they have been discussed and mutually agreed.

5.5 Any amendments, supplements, or notice of terminating this Agreement must be done in writing, as must any waiver of this requirement for written form.

6.0 Governing Law

6.1 Any claims arising under or relating to this Agreement shall be governed by the internal substantive laws of the State of Delaware or federal courts located in Delaware, without regard to principles of conflict of laws.

6.2 Author hereby agrees to jurisdiction and venue in the courts of the State of Delaware for all disputes and litigation arising under or relating to this Agreement.

6.3 Author agrees that the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is specifically excluded from application to this Agreement. Author consents to the personal jurisdiction of the above courts.

7.0 Entire Agreement

This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Author and Intel and supersedes in their entirety any and all oral or written agreements previously existing between Author and Intel with respect to the subject matter hereof.

8.0 Severability

If a court invalidates any portion of this agreement, the rest of it remains in effect.