"I am always happy to take credit where blame is due."--John Davis Frain
I love that post!
3 - Yup, wrote the book I want to read.6 - I'm trying to figure out where to put it.Go ahead Janet, tell me where to put my book, I double dog dare ya.
3 and 5 are my favorites.Stealing an idea is just an extreme point on the continuum of inspiration. We all do it once in a while, even if unconsciously. The trick is then to spin it in a unique way and hope it becomes unrecognizable. Or to call it "homage". Whatever.
Personal view: It's not a good thing morally as well intellectually... it's intellectual dishonesty!
Finally! Justification for my thievery...er, creativity.
I am a fan. Thanks for the find. Some of his prints are going straight on my wall.
Not 'stole;' LIBERATED.
Wow, thanks. That's the best thing I've read all week.
Great link. I feel like numbers 3 and 9 are calling out to me!
Thanks Janet, this has been summarily stolen and I have invited my friends to wonder at it with me!
If you guys liked this post, you might like this one about 5 things you can learn about writing by studying photography. http://whisperedwritings.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/5-things-photography-can-teach-us-about-writing/
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