I tend to scribble a lot

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    When I edit, I tend to scribble a lot, even when it's my own stuff (or the writing of people I really like). Last January, for example, I took a set of photos after scribbling all over a paper that Riccardo and I were working on for GECCO. This paper went on to win the Best Paper award in the genetic programming track at GECCO last month, so I'd like to think that all this editing had some value :-).

    I posted the full set over in my events account, and I plan on using some of them to show my students that I'm not just being mean to them -- I'm that mean to everyone!

    This showed up here now because a publisher contacted me about using this one in a college writing textbook. I figured I'd clean it up and post the full size version over here.

    Runaway Wind, Vaguery, zaskem, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Unhindered by Talent 47 months ago | reply

      You're very welcome - glad you found the photo useful!

    2. Nomad Kat 32 months ago | reply

      Another thanks for letting me use your pic. Facebook makes it hard to credit profile photos it seems, so you're now my 'mission'...

    3. Unhindered by Talent 32 months ago | reply

      No problem - glad you found it useful!

    4. alotofmath 23 months ago | reply

      I'm making a book on using a smartboard...would like to use your picture..it's purely educational, not being sold or anything...for a school. I will credit you of course! Thanks.

    5. Unhindered by Talent 23 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know! Can you send me a PDF when you're done for my records?

    6. Mervi Eskelinen aka tasselflower 17 months ago | reply

      Very cool photo!

      I used it under the cc license on my latest blog post: mervi.helmikuu.net/2012-12-twitter-tuesday-writing-and-wr...

      I hope it's cool!

    7. suziok 15 months ago | reply

      Great shot. I would like to use the photo in a PPT (with credit, of course). Trying to tell a group not to over critique too many details at a particular stage. From what you put in your comments, seems like you have a similar approach. The comments on a creative product depend on the stage of work.

    8. Unhindered by Talent 15 months ago | reply

      @Mervl and @suziok: That's totally cool - thanks for letting me know and glad you found the picture useful.

    9. FlickSpot 13 months ago | reply

      This couldn't fit my new blog post more perfectly. I've credited you and linked the photo in the blog to this page. I also linked your credit to your profile. If you want to check it out, let me know and I'll provide the URL (Flickr doesn't want to include it here…). Now, may I humbly recommend rethinking your Flickr moniker? Many, many thanks!

    10. camccaffrey 13 months ago | reply

      This photo is wonderful!
      I used it as the header image for the editing section of my portfolio site. You can see it here: catherinemccaffrey.weebly.com/editing.html
      I included attribution and links back to the photo and your profile.

    11. petratruthsayer 12 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I thought it was perfect for an article that I wrote about resumes. Of course, I gave you credit here.

      You can see the article here:

      Thanks again

    12. ed.podesta 12 months ago | reply

      Hope you don't mind - I have used this (with a link here) to illustrate a blog post at www.onedamnthing.org.uk/?p=1004

    13. Unhindered by Talent 11 months ago | reply

      Thanks to everyone who's been generous enough to find this picture useful and kind enough to let me know. Thanks and best wishes!

    14. RedheadCarol 10 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I used it in a blog post (redheadcarol.com/2013/06/16/learning-the-craft/).
      Thank you for making the photo available.

    15. Unhindered by Talent 10 months ago | reply

      Glad you found the photo useful, and thanks for letting me know!

    16. kutzpea 29 hours ago | reply

      we're using it in a a course ppt. referenced your name, not sure how to link to license?

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