Nov 2009: To read past Spotlight articles you’ll need to link to the ARCHIVES of articles on the MBD2.com site. It’s not easy to pull articles up unless you know the month and year, so a quick viewing of all articles for quick perusal is no longer available. If you need additional info, contact me.
I am “Touched” by Barbara storyWhat an interesting and inspiring WOMAN! We can learn so much from her!Thank you Holly!
Great tips Holly!
Good subject, Holly. I often recognize situations where people and/or businesses are unaware of the illegality of using art/content that is not proprietary to them. A good example for anyone who does not quite understand the legal issue: you can not copy a Disney graphic (Mickey Mouse, etc.) and use it at your discretion. It is copyrighted and not usable unless you have (aka pay for) the license to do so. Note that stock photo houses distinguish between the licensing of images for narrow or broad distribution with commensurate fees.