Eric J. Adams
- Features: Written by Eric J. Adams on May 9, 2005
You're creating a brochure or Web site, and you want to include material or pieces of material created by others: graphics, photographs, text, music, Flash animation, whatever.
Is it legal? Probably not. Can you get away with it? Probably so. Do you want to take the chance? That is the $64,000 question, according to attorney Richard Stim, author of the excellent resource book, Getting Permission: How to License & Clear Copyrighted Materials Online & Off.
- Features: Written by Eric J. Adams on April 25, 2005Body:
This may be the age of the Internet, but that isn't stopping publishers from delivering new printed business books for graphic designers.
- Features: Written by Eric J. Adams on March 28, 2005Body:
Warning: this article will read like a public relations placement for an obscure piece of software.
But, scout's honor, it's not.
- Features: Written by Eric J. Adams on January 31, 2005
- Features: Written by Eric J. Adams on January 17, 2005Body:
There should be some sort of Moore's Law that reads: The importance of a fundamental principle is inversely proportional to one's propensity to ign