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    1. bitesizebio 109 months ago | reply

      HI Gideon

      Thanks for this great image - we have used it as the headline image for an article on Bitesize Bio about open access publishing.

      All the best


    2. mark_mcguire 104 months ago | reply

      Hi Gideon

      Well, I, too, used this terrific image to illustrate a blog post! You can view my post, which refers to your post on The Open Scholar, here:

      Thanks for using a Creative Commons License. I must check out your other photos.

      Best regards,

      Mark McGuire

    3. UNU-ViE_SCIENTIA 96 months ago | reply

      Hi Gideon,
      Great picture! I used it for our blog. I wrote something about the Broadband Commission and better access for all.


    4. sandraschoen 94 months ago | reply

      Dear Gideon, we would love to use your photo for our textbook project ( about e-learning. All will be open access (but not CC licensed as your photo) and additionally we want to sell a printed version of the book. Would be great to get your okay to use this photo :-) Thanks in advance!

    5. Ref & Ins 93 months ago | reply

      I am using your image also. Thank you. Here's the link:

    6. skeltonvalerie 84 months ago | reply

      Wonderful image! I have used it here and hope you are happy for me to do so. Gave you appropriate credit, of course!

    7. skeltonvalerie 76 months ago | reply

      Dear Gideon - I've used you again! Hope you approve - gave you full credit of course.

    8. Wiley Asia Blog 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for uploading this under the Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons License. We would like to use it in an upcoming Facebook post. Once live, URL will be:

      If you have any concerns about this, feel free to write to us via the

    9. Gideon Burton 57 months ago | reply

      So glad people feel comfortable using my images. That's what creative commons is all about!

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