Far removed from drives and folders, Everyday focuses on a file’s relationships. What project does it belong to? What contacts are linked with it? Everyday knows the answer to these questions.
I backed this project on IndieGoGo the other day. It looks like a great product and I’m really hoping they reach their $20,000 goal. With 18 days left, they’re a little over $2,300. Head on over to the site and watch the demo video and if it tickles your fancy, show them some monetary love.
Amtrak is offering writers of all kinds one round-trip ticket for a 2-5 day residency aboard its trains. Ride the rails and finish that novel you’ve been working on.
However, be very aware of the terms of service. Specifically:
In submitting an Application, Applicant hereby grants Sponsor the absolute, worldwide, and irrevocable right to use, modify, publish, publicly display, distribute, and copy Applicant’s Application, in whole or in part, for any purpose, including, but not limited to, advertising and marketing, and to sublicense such rights to any third parties.
The writing sample you upload as part of your application can be used by Amtrak and modified for advertising without you ever seeing a dime.
Joshua Benton for Nieman Journalism Lab:
And yet I’m not blowing through Harvard’s budget by putting those four photos up there. I’m legally and ethically publishing them all here because Getty has, remarkably, decided to allow 35 million of its images to be used for free for noncommercial purposes.
I can now embed all the images of “women laughing while eating salad” I want without spending a dime.
This new print by Pop Chart Labs is stellar. It’ll look insanely great next to my “History of Apple” print.
In an earlier post today, three different types of suit construction were mentioned: fused, half canvas, and full canvas. If you were wondering what those entailed, look no further.