I draw from numerous sources for blog graphics. Some of the sources are screenshots or comic covers; a few are photos I’ve actually taken myself. However, most of the photos on
My collection of blog posts about setting up and running a blog.
I’ve written before about proper image attribution for Flickr’s Creative Commons photos. However, I thought my post deserved an updated post, and more obviously aimed at all such images
A list of some sources of free LGBTQ-friendly stock photos.
Here’s an update on the changes I’ve made to the blog since last December. Featured images Using CSS, I’ve flushed to the right the featured images used
I’ve written before about free, Creative Commons-sourced photos before. However, some want to know where to find stock photos that prominently feature people of color. Discussions I’ve seen on
As part of good blogging practices, I include a featured image with each post. When possible, I usually use Creative Commons licensed photos. But where do I get such images from? There’
For the two people who pay attention to my blog’s footer or other details, I’ve decided to drop the blog’s Creative Commons license and revert back to
Creative Commons photos are quite useful for websites and bloggers, but do require attribution for their creators to be included. This includes the photos offered on services such as Flickr. The Creative Commons
Flickr’s announced it’s now allowing users to select public domain licensing for their photos, as part of their existing Creative Commons licenses. While Flickr’s long been one