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    1. AndyRobertsPhotos 73 months ago | reply

      The handshake is a classic image of friendship, but might also signify deals with the devil.

    2. CrisTdn 70 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for offering this great photo under the CC attribution license. I used it in my article, How to Have a Successful Job Interview: Techniques for Getting Hired. The attribution is in the photo credit section at the bottom (placed there by eHow--though I think it should be at the top.) Thanks once again.

    3. AndyRobertsPhotos 70 months ago | reply

      If this is how eHow use flickr CC pictures as a matter of course then I don't think it's good enough. There's no active link, creators name nor does the photo itself link back to the original. All they've done is to supply a dead url and carefully make sure it's not clickable.

    4. CrisTdn 70 months ago | reply

      Hi Andyrob,

      I agree totally--eHow's image crediting and usage policies are in the dark ages. I can add a creator's name to the line if you like--what would you like me to add? But would you like me to remove your photo? I'll do so if you wish. Let me know!

    5. AndyRobertsPhotos 70 months ago | reply

      Seems to me the easiest thing would be to add it with the "resources" list

    6. Alliennor 67 months ago | reply

      Hello I used your image in an article of mine, you can see it at the adresse below. I hope I correctly mentionned everything ( I linked your flickr gallery and the creative commons licence).
      Thanks.

      http://www.avocats.fr/space/marie.laure.fouche/content/nous-avons-trouve-un-accord-avant-l-audience--que-faire---_1A4D2796-038B-4451-B473-F8EF2245291A

    7. PAMELAREA 57 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I used on Email Campaign for Partnership with ISLA & FinTuition. www.facebook.com/fintuition.

      Thank you.

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