Designer gets sued over © of his work
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04-06-2009, 08:16 PM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Springfield, IL USA
yes Krik is a GREAT person, and he's very patient with certain members around here..
LOL. Yep, I read that thread too, and I agree with you. He is very patient, and a very good teacher.
Does this kid want help? Does anyone know the latest on his topic?
I don't have any idea what's the latest on this issue. I read the original digg article a few days ago but it was a chore to just be able to do that. Digg isn't compatiable with screen readers, and FF seems to choke and die so I had to disable JS and then load it in Opera just to read it.
If anyone wants to read IncrediBill's suggestions, they're over here:
Designer getting sued for infringing own work
Seems to me I remember some online tool that gets the meta header (output) from websites and you can get it from images too. Then, it could be pointed at the image url on stockart.com and it'd prove the timestamp dates for the kid.
I'll see if I can find it. It's in my bookmarks somewhere.
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