Working on the Creative Commons Certification project I keep falling deeper into the nuances of attribution. Just in the last weeks, I have updated my flickr cc attribution helper to add options use the CC Best Practices (TASL) approach as well to make a cut and paste approach to work for ...

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One more bang on my Always Be Attributing drum. I am going to try to make a case that if you "just follow the rules" for openly licensed images CC0 / public domain images interpreted as "I don't have to attribute", you are more or less advocating for grab and ...

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Attribution is a FBW (Frequently Blogged Word) around here. I've had some back if the brain pondering about how to extend my Flickr CC Attribution Helper to work with images from other CC licensed image collections that have a JavaScript API available (I am thinking of Pixabay, DeviantArt, and ...

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Can you really say thank you or express gratitude too much? I don't think so, but then when you are on the receiving end, why does it feel so startling groovy? Prepare yourself for blog post number 343 on Attributing is a Good Thing. Yesterday, among the jetsam and flotsam of email, ...

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This is a true story of a photo. Maybe not amazing, but it gave me pause, even a stop, to smile. My own tiny little bit of internet self serendipity. Yesterday I sat down at one of these Wordpress screens to compose a post for the Creative Commons Certification site I'm working ...

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For a while I was saving screen shots of some of the convoluted license statements I come across in Wikimedia Commons. There were ones where images were public domain in one country, but of course here in the US Congress every few years extends copyright like another 50 years. ...

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