Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

attribution salt and pepper

This week brings good news. A game developer from New Zealand wrote to ask how I wished to be credited in an upcoming iTunes game. A website called Business Insider used my Tucson mountains picture in an article about hot real estate markets. A magazine in Italy, Sale & Pepe (Salt and Pepper), used my song "Kindergarten" in a video about a pastry chef showing kids how to make pastries. The video-maker kindly pointed out the posting and then improved the credits when I asked.

I watched a stop-action nature film about the Canadian Rockies. The images were lovely,
and made me wish I had more skill at photography.
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