Re: posting scanned newspaper clippings?
Posted by Willowhawk on October 25, 2002 at 02:28:27:
name/date when I cut them out. The photographer and all the text is
in tact, and the only changes I made to the photo were to blur out
the customer's face, black her name, and then caption "clipping from
Bellingham Herald 9/23/2002" at the bottom of the jpg image.
Wanna take a looksee for me?
: You can post "excerpts" from articles with full citations ... and
: that's generally acceptable.
: You can produce your own original material, and that's generally
: acceptable. You can base it on other people's work, preferably
: with several sources, preferably adding significant analysis or
: of your own ... and but you have to do your own writing and
: production. How much referencing you do is negotiable depending on
: the occasion.
: If you put someone elses words and images, unchanged, up without
: permission or citation, and present it as your own ... you're a
: The newspaper would have a right to get torqued if you did NOT list
: their name, date, and byline if known. The newspaper might get
: if you did this without permission ... or it might not.
|Served by ruboard 2.1.1; Copyright © 1998 by Andrew Maltsev.|