A group of artists shipping Moleskines through the mail, creating and on-line community and sharing in the creative process.
Hey! I recognized it RIGHT AWAY!!! SWEET! Congratulations!
No way. Did you really find this online by accident? Well, nothing really happens "by accident" now, does it? I think this makes Mike a professional illustrator, right? :-)
totally unaware of it. I had registered for an iGoogle feed page and it came with Wiki-How as one of its example feeds, which I decided to keep just because of the funny titles but only occasionally look at the articles. this was one of those rare moments...
Random Wiki-How sample page? Spoiler. More fun to think you were actually researching how to live with yourself, HA! (You did sign your post "A. Perfectionist"... confessionally?)Mike, congrats! I never met anyone who actually got outside usage from work posted on Flickr! I have let my site lapse as it's full & I'm cheap. Maybe I should upgrade to Pro after all...
Haaa! Good find Ian! Congrats Mike!
I had three Flickr photos used for an online travel guide - I think Steve had some too. They did ask first but I didn't get anything out of it. They then asked to use another two but you got to draw the line somewhere.I let my Pro account lapse, Flickr just got too big; it didn't feel right to support them anymore; I like more intimate circles. And free ones. ;o)
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