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How to attribute a Creative Commons photo from Flickr

How to attribute a Creative Commons photo from Flickr
Yes, the absolute correct way! I previously asked how you credit a CC photo from Flickr. Since then I’ve been doing my research and here is the results – The correct way to credit a photo. You need to follow the guidelines set by the license. I’m only going to address attribution. keep intact any copyright notices for the Workcredit the author, licensor and/or other parties (such as a wiki or journal) in the manner they specify;include the title of the Workthe URL for the work if applicableIf you are making a derivative word or adaptation, in addition to the above, you need to identify that your work is a derivative work i.e., “This is a Finnish translation of the [original work] by [author].” or “Screenplay based on [original work] by [author].” My addition/suggestion Let the author know. That is a lot to include. Example 1. The monkeys are here! Originally uploaded by Librarian by Day blog this test Example 2. Example 3. CC Image courtesy of Librarian by Day on Flickr Example 4. Example 5. Related:  Photo/Video/Audio-Editingsocial media marketingDigital Citizenship

Five Card Flickr Spell with flickr Please send me comments, suggestions or questions, kastner@gmail.com. I love getting emails about Spell with Flickr - and all my programming projects. It was just a few hours ago that I posted my Goals for 2008 and I'm releasing my first project of the year. It's nothing big, but it was a fun little distraction. The hide-an-image-in-text-with-css3-creator-thing If you're one of those folks who might care about how something like this might work, here's the source. read the rest at Meta | ateM Spell with flick grabs images from flickr (the One Letter and One Digit groups) and uses them to spell what you've typed in.

6 Social Media Templates to Save You Hours of Work Social media is a relatively new tool for most businesses. This means that, unlike many other marketing tools, when people begin to build out social media for their business, they’re starting from scratch. They haven’t created social media strategies before or they don’t know what questions to ask for a social media audit, and finding out can be both difficult and time consuming. That’s where we come in. Whether it’s your first time running social media for a company, or you’re just looking to boost your online profile, here are six social media templates to save you valuable time and effort. 1) Social Media Strategy Template To create a social media strategy is to bridge the gap between where you currently are in social media and where you want to be. Use this template to help you create a social media strategy to guide you in your daily online activities. The social media strategy template teaches you how to: Download our social media strategy template 2) Social Media Audit Template

ImageCodr.org 4 Useful Creative Commons Browser Plugins While the open source nature of the Internet is continuing, and in many ways expanding thanks to developers efforts and demand, it isn’t always easy to find something that is truly covered under creative commons licensing. This is because a lot of sites or businesses will offer something for ‘free’, and that is mistaken for CC work. But it isn’t, it is just paid for in different ways, such as sponsorship, marketing data and advertising. Images have become a huge part of content marketing , therefore finding cool images we can use (and as we know, we are not able to use just any image we come across online) is so hot nowadays. For those times when you really need CC content and images, try these excellent plugins for your browser. 1. Browser: FireFox How does it work: As the FireFox search plugin Search Flickr quickly for images you can use for commercial and non-commercial purposes. 2. 3. This has overtaken old plugins that are no longer available, such as MozCC or Mycroft CC. 4.

The Internet Inferno FLICKR TOOLBOX: 100+ Tools For Flickr Addicts Flickr is back in the news this week with reports that it will add video. But we're still loving the photo-sharing element: here's 100+ ways to get even more out of the popular photo site. Desktop Applications 1001 for Mac OS X - Allows batch uploading and can notify you of new photos uploaded by your friends. Background Switcher - Will auto-change your desktop background on a Windows machine at intervals of your choosing from a pool of photos you pick. Desktop Flickr Organizer for Gnome - Desktop organizer for Linux that allows online and offline work on your photos and tagging. Flickr and Webimager - Lets you capture your entire screen, or just a portion, and auto-upload it to your account. Flickr Exporter for Aperture - Tag and upload your photos, store ID and URL for your photos in the Aperture program. Flickr Exporter for iPhoto -Edit photos, add tags, resize before loading and several other useful options. Flickr Finder - Mac OS X application for browsing your photos. Firefox Extensions

2015 Social Media Image Sizes: A User's Guide for Designers (Editor’s Note: We updated this post on 7/16/14 to account for a few changes that Facebook made to how the cover photo and custom tabs are displayed, among others. The most recent changes as of today are reflected in the text below, and in the Social Media Image Templates available for download.) As designers, we’ve all been there: you create a beautiful new Facebook or Twitter cover photo, only to have the platform change its social media image sizes the next day. Social media and visual content go hand in hand, and social networking sites frequently update their social media image sizes and formats to promote a rich visual experience. In general, this has been good for businesses that can keep up; numerous studies demonstrate that visual content is much more engaging than just text. According to Hubspot, 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000 times faster by the brain than text is. Facebook Pro Tips: Twitter Pro Tips: LinkedIn Google Plus

Nine Elements Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Respect, Educate and Protect (REPs) These elements have also been organized under the principles of respect, educate and protect. Respect Your Self/Respect Others - Etiquette - Access - Law Educate Your Self/Connect with Others - Literacy - Communication - Commerce Protect Your Self/Protect Others -Rights and Responsibility - Safety (Security) - Health and Welfare If this was to be taught beginning at the kindergarten level it would follow this pattern: Repetition 1 (kindergarten to second grade) Respect Your Self/Respect Others Digital Etiquette Educate Your Self/Connect with OthersDigital Literacy Protect Your Self/Protect Others Digital Rights and Responsibility Repetition 2 (third to fifth grade) Respect Your Self/Respect Others Digital Access Educate Your Self/Connect with OthersDigital Communication

Google releases set of beautiful, freely usable icons They're licensed CC-BY-SA and designed for use in mobile apps and other interactive stuff -- there's 750 in all! It's part of Google's Material Design project. Material Design Icons (via Kottke)

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