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A Great Day To Be A Photographer.

25 August 2009 Ken Yeung No Comment

In my weekly encounters, there are typically one or two events that I will peruse and maybe even a few conferences here and there. Often I find myself with my camera snapping photos and posting them onto Flickr under Creative Commons, specifically non-commercial, non-derivative and atrribution licensing. To see where these photographs appear, I enlist at least two basic tools in my research – one being Flickr’s referral statistics and the second being a Google Alert search query.

All of this has miraculously paid off today with an alert notifying me that at least several of my photos have appeared in two publications (adhering to Creative Commons):

ReadWriteWeb
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ReadWriteWeb: Gnomedex Redux - The RWW Gang Roundtable

ReadWriteWeb: Gnomedex Redux - The RWW Gang Roundtable

I should really thank Jolie O’Dell for her use of my photos in the blog post. It’s really nice of her to do so.

MediaShift (PBS.org)
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Ken Yeung is a interactive strategist, project manager, and tech journalist. He's currently a Strategy and Research Content Lead at Orange Silicon Valley. Previously, he was the Bay Area Reporter for The Next Web, the Editor-in-Chief of Bub.blicio.us and a correspondent for Network Solutions' small business blog. These words are his own and not of his employer.