I do my best to author engaging articles. Similarly, I do my best to choose an image that properly captures the content of each article. In doing this, I do not work alone. I use the work of others.
My Attribution of the Work of Others
The images I use on this site are typically attribution-free. Despite this, I try to attribute the images I use to their source. This happens through a caption. Sometimes, I may not know the source, in which case I will publish without an image attribution. When I do this, I rely on the principle of fair use. If you see your work on this blog and would like me to add an attribution, please let me know. Wherever possible, I will honour your request or remove and replace the image.
Similarly, I try to attribute the source of any quoted text to the author. If you see your work on this blog and would like me to remove the quote, please let me know. I will honour your request. Please be aware that my intention is to use an image or quote on this blog that honours the original artist and adds value to my work.
Your Attribution of my Work
Unless otherwise said, all the content of this blog is by John Dickson. Please attribute my work as follows:
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