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How to attribute images licensed under Creative Commons

It’s awesome to see that people are becoming more aware of Creative Commons but I notice that there are a lot of people out there that miss some of the key things about providing appropriate attribution, so let’s demystify that. 473 more words

Copyright

"More than half" is the same as "> 50%"!

A while ago Judith Curry wrote a rather confusing post about the IPCC’s attribution statement (that more than 50% of the warming since 1950 was anthropogenic). 441 more words

Climate Change

'Most' versus 'more than half' versus '> 50%'

by Judith Curry

Seeking once again to clarify the problems in communicating the IPCC climate change attribution statements. 1,790 more words

Communication

Plagiarism?

In 2012, Phyllis Schlafly and George Neumayer published No Higher Power, with the subtitle Obama’s War on Religious Freedom. It is an excellent analysis of the direction in which Barack Obama has led the federal government during his administration. 871 more words

Editor

Jan 10, 2011, Queensland hit by huge cyclone, floods

“A series of floods hit Queensland, Australia, beginning in December 2010. The floods forced the evacuation of thousands of people from towns and cities.At least 70 towns and over 200,000 people were affected. 88 more words

Australia

Jan 6: Devastating weather event hits Dublin

On January 6th, known as “The Night of the Big Wind”, a “powerful European windstorm … swept without warning across Ireland, causing severe damage to property and several hundred deaths; 20% to 25% of houses in north Dublin were damaged or destroyed, and 42 ships were wrecked.” [ 149 more words

Denialism

On the misattributed quote

From “Spare the Darling” by John Crowley, in Harper’s 2014 Nov, pp. 4-7.

My favorite part of writing is taking stuff out. “In writing, you must kill all your darlings,” William Faulkner famously wrote, suggesting that the process of self-editing requires stoicism and the suppression of a natural affection.

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