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    Tutorial here: photoextremist.com/photoshop-a-digital-clock

    stephanie_in_love, ►Eric Amelang◄, and 25 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. stuant63 68 months ago | reply

      Good one! Great idea. Love your creativity.

    2. The Koeppens 57 months ago | reply

      Whoa! What model of clock is that? I had one as my alarm clock as a kid. I completely forgot about it until I saw this.

    3. Rue89 44 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      We're a French news website called Rue89 (www.rue89.com) and are about to use this picture (with link and credit) to illustrate a story on our site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned in this page.

      If you do not want us to reproduce your work on our site, just email us webmaster[at]rue89.com.

      Congratulations for this photo.

    4. kellyholmes 37 months ago | reply

      Great photo! I just used it in a blog post here: idealistmom.com/2013/06/get-beach-ready-in-10-minutes/ Thank you!

    5. tiggermissile 29 months ago | reply

      Hi! I just used this in my class expectations page. flippedclassroom.ca/courses/physics-20/
      Thanks!

    6. geniulinux 14 months ago | reply

      Love this image Evan!
      Given that you have licensed this as Creative Commons, we have included it in our book on web application testing. published at: leanpub.com/practical-full-stack-testing/
      and released under Creative Commons on GitHub: github.com/nelsonic/practical-full-stack-testing with image credits (attribution) in the bibliography of the book: git.io/vIngk
      Hope you don't mind ... please let us know if you prefer not to have your content re-used in this way.
      Thanks! :-)

    7. aideengallagher 8 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing on creative commons. I would love to use this on a presentation I am doing. Appropriate licence displayed

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