Those are pretty. Damn. Hot.
Wow. Are these edibe, too?
These are great. What is the connection with you and vacuuming? Another missing chapter.
Mari: Aren't they?Sal: Don't they look it!Sally: Tom van Dalen is a fine carpenter as well as an art director. We were lucky enough to have him do some work inside our house in TN. I'm afraid he got a close look not only at our floors, but also at the inside of my closet. So he knows very well how I feel about both shoes (love) and vacuuming (hate).p.s. Also there's the fact that I illustrated a book Debbie wrote called "Vacuum Your Way to Great Sex." (Though for some reason, no one wants to publish it.)
woah, gotta think about all that!
Hey Linda, I've been wondering. What's the protocol on blogs regarding reposting someone else's image? For instance, I'd love to pick up on this one and put it on the Whinsey blog as an item they may be carrying in the store where she works, but don't want to cross the copyright line. At J-Walk he seems to constantly post other people's stuff, with credit, but at candy-blog when I tried to just post an image I ran into trouble.
It's obvious to everyone that this item belongs in Whinsey's store. Here's "Beta Whinsey:" http://whinseythehorse.blogspot.com/See what I mean?Your question is a good one. I always provide a link back to the place I found the image; but in this case maybe the link should be to Electrolux. Maybe I'll add an Electrolux credit beside the photo.Anyone out there know the rules?
Informed sources want to know! The Internet is all about stepping on copyright, but in blogs it gets more personal.
I asked my friend Cheryl Phelps this question. She's taught licensing classes at ICON (the Illustrators' Conference) and at the Licensing Show. She teaches at SVA. I've taken her greeting card/licensing/art business workshops THREE times in desperate attempts to become more business-savvy. Here's what she said:I think seeking permission to post an image is the key. Contact theoriginal creator of the content and tell them you want to post withcredit and you are seeking their permission to do so. Reposting has gotten several sites into trouble. YouTube as an example has had to pull content because of copyright issues. I would not touch reposting anyone's anything unless I had their permission to do so:)
Nice post to go, i too like to play basket ball but my bad nose dosent allow to play, when ever i think of my nose i lose my confidence,i dont know the result of this Rhinoplasty non-Surgical treatment. i like to get back my nose
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