Friday, April 25, 2008

Identify Yourself, Protect Your Images

Really great information about protecting photographs in this article highlighted to me by Alanna. Thanks Alanna!

This Post was written by sam from becks&posh


Kalyn said...

Great find, not just that post, but the entire blog about stopping plagarism.

jeffrey said...

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