Well, I quite like the idea of creative commons - though I still fondly remember the days when the internet was altogether less commercialised and restrictive, but having said that, if I was putting pictures on the internet (which I don't think I would do), then I probably would want people to use them with some provisos.
As for Flickr - yes, lots of good photos; however I could spend days looking through all these lovely images. Here is mine, which is too big, but I'm not sure which software I have here at city to let me edit images.
I tried the helpdesk, but no response, which does happen a bit at times like these, and I know this is an issue for our students too sometimes. Perhaps for my thought for this week could be that the response centre might be better with a queing system - especially when they are short staffed. I know that I actually find it less frustrating to be in a queue (as long as I'm updated with my place in the queue), than to constantly be sent to an answerphone. Having said that, when they do answer, I always find them to be very helpful and informative and I think all our IT people do a great job. I'll just email instead. Anyway, so here it is too big, but better than nothing. It was called frustration.
|thanks to RandOm for the image via cc licence|