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Because Facebook refuses to make thumbnails of linked horizontal images, I upload each one manually here. It’s the only way to share Mimi & Eunice comics on FB, unfortunately.
Nice. This is what I what I thought yesterday of the people that were complaining about Twitpic changing its TOS to allow it to resell users phots
This crystallizes a primary issue for many people. We are moving from an economy where you own and sell your product to one in which you make money in other ways, such as by establishing relationships and an image that makes people want to “buy” you.
“We are moving from an economy where you own and sell your product to one in which you make money in other ways”
The problem is we are moving from economy where you own and sell your product to one in which you dont make any money.
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This actually seems to sum up the attitudes of the Share-Alike crowd (vs. the Attribution-only crowd) in Creative Commons land.