I have over 10,000 photos posted to my Flickr account. You have my permission to use most of them for any reason. All I ask is attribution to me (“Richard Masoner”) and a link to Cyclelicious. It’s super easy, but most people still manage to mess up the terms of my license. I’m a nice guy so I occasionally link back to those online publications that I catch using my photos.
These links to Green Living Ideas don’t seem to work today, but they used a photo of a RideKick electric push trailer and another one featuring my patio container garden. Speaking of patio gardens, I dumped out the contents of my worm bin last weekend — this is two years worth of kitchen scraps. I’ll be planting stuff after the rain lets up in Santa Cruz.
Virtual Vitriol found a photo of my hands covered in grease.
The News Factor, an “online conservative news magazine,” tried using my photo of a trash truck.
An ITSEC blog used a screenshot in a story about BIOS trojans.
A Spanish language blog used another of my gas station signs in a story about U.S. gas prices.
Burbed used my photo of a traffic jam on Highway 101 in a story about homelessness in Silicon Valley.
The Takeaway illustrates a story on corporate personhood with my photo of oil pump jacks.
Lots of link love from San Jose Bike Party this week, hurrah!