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    1. B a s t i a n o 50 months ago | reply

      I'd like a front view without perspective. Could it be possible?

    2. Lloyd Dewolf 47 months ago | reply

      Awesome image! I used this photo in my blog post @ wp.me/p4vCS-F6 . Let me know if you would prefer different attribution.

      Bonus is the "wordpress" in the image. I work on WordPress all day long for WordPress.com.

    3. *n3wjack's world in pixels 47 months ago | reply

      Cool. Sounds like a fun way to make a living.
      For proper attribution you should link back to this picture btw. It's Flickr rules and for CC attribution it's also the minimum I guess to point people back to where you found the image, or to the person who created it.

      Thanks for the heads up and I'm glad you like it.

    4. *n3wjack's world in pixels 47 months ago | reply

      @Bastiano: this is the most frontal one I have of this kind of thing. I hope it works for you:

      by request

    5. Lloyd Dewolf 47 months ago | reply

      @*n3wjack, I also replied on the blog post.

      Actually, I’m not violating the Flickr rule, as I’m not loading the image from Flickr — I love Flickr, but Yahoos are not as stable.

      I don’t have any links in the article, so adding one to your site I feel would negatively effect the presentation. Not unlike what Nicholas Carr recently wrote about Experiments in delinkification.
      www.roughtype.com/archives/2010/05/experiments_in.php
      Also WordPress’ doesn’t currently allow links in captions :(

      If you prefer I can update the text to be something else though, or if you feel strongly I can remove the image all together.

    6. *n3wjack's world in pixels 47 months ago | reply

      Creative Commons. It's cool but also kinda complicated. :)

      You should check out the (boring) legal code of the cc-license and check the restrictions section. It states that you (if possible) link back to
      1) a copy of the cc-license
      2) the work itself

      Or at least, that's how I interpret that lawyer-speak...

      How and where you link isn't stated. I fixed that by putting a small "Photo by , cc-licensed" line at the bottom of each post where I use a cc-licensed picture in.
      If you check a recent post on my blog you'll see: n3wjack.net/

      Oh, and you're right about the Flickr link. I didn't see you hosted it your own site. My bad :)

      Hosting the images at your own site is a good idea actually. I've thought of doing it as well but it's kind of a hassle. It gets really annoying when people delete their previously cc-licensed photos used in blog posts...

    7. Apeturbo 24 months ago | reply

      I want to know if I could use your pictures as background for my web apps... I am interested especially in this one.
      Excuse me for my bad english.
      Thanks.

    8. *n3wjack's world in pixels 24 months ago | reply

      Yes you can, it's all in the license. :)
      Just attribute me by linking back here or my site and you're fine.

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