I've been doing some thingsOh, hello there. It's been a while, and assuming people are actually reading this, you might want to know what I've been up to. I'm going to give you the Cliff's Notes version.More Like This
In August somehow I was awarded Deviousness, which shocked the hell out of me, considering that I'm moderately quiet on the site compared to most of the folks who end up with the nice little crown. I'm honored and pleased and humbled and I can't thank the team enough. I hope that I can continue to be moderately useful to young writers going forward.
My HOW PUBLISHING WORKS thread is still active, and you can still ask me (and other published folks) questions there. Just be sure to read the whole thread to make sure your question hasn't already been answered!
Getty, Liberation of Masterpieces as Open ContentMore Like This
J. Paul Getty - The Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content
The J. Paul Getty Museum has initiated an Open Content Program to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible.
A first sharing of 4,600 high-resolution images of the Museum’s collection, including many masterworks, has just been made available and all are free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose.
In a brilliant stroke, the Getty Museum has liberated one of the top collections of art in the world not just for access but for use. The museum is literally “beaming up” the great works in its collection as living resour