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A Quick Trick to Get More Engagement on Posts

Featured image by Don Perucho, “My Old camera

It’s been proven that using images in your social media helps increase your rate of engagement with your followers. 311 more words

Social Media

Department of Labor Adopts CC BY Creative Commons Policy

The Department of Labor (DOL) has adopted a CC BY policy. “…we are pleased to announce that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has adopted a department-wide Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license requirement on intellectual property developed under a competitive Federal award process.”

Tweaks & Updates

More Perils of Reusing Digital Content

Some time ago I wrote an article and blog post entitled “the perils of reusing digital content” looking at the key challenges facing users of digital content which thanks to the power of computing and the Internet has become more easily available, transferable and modifiable. 469 more words


A Pepper & Carrot script: The book of secrets

CC BY Pepper and Carrot script by Juan José Segura based on the universe and characters created by David Revoy. You can share it, modify it, re-blog, illustrate, sell… you only need to put a reference stating clearly the credit to me, to  1,069 more words


Teacher / Library Collaborations- December 2015 and January 2016

Winter break slowed us down a bit in the library, but we did get the new 3D printers up and running in the downtime!

Because the students will be using the 3D printers & software in Design Technology class, I met with grade 10 to introduce how they can protect their intellectual property with the use of Creative Commons licenses.  133 more words

Resolutions and other more or less useful stuff

In terms of New Year’s resolutions, I only had two. One, be more active on my website, two, learn to say no. Well… a quick look on the number of posts I’ve already written this year (zero), and beta reads and other pro bono stuff I’ve agreed to (don’t ask), I guess that didn’t really work out as planned. 284 more words