Continuing yesterday's theme: groundbyground suggested that I get a Creative Commons license. It's not so much getting a "license," in the sense that there's an application process or anything, as it is getting a graphic that links to a set of restrictions you've chosen. The one I went with is a by-nc-nd:
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 License.
Meanwhile, over at ursulav's journal: I'm not the only one having problems.
Slain Russian reporter's article about torture and abduction in Chechnya was to appear tomorrow.
"We never got the article, but she had evidence about these (abducted) people and there were photographs," Novaya Gazeta's deputy editor, Vitaly Yerushensky, told Ekho Moskvy radio.Doris Lessing Reflects on World, Change.
In a recent radio interview, Politkovskaya said that she was a witness in a criminal case against Moscow-backed Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov, whose security forces have been accused of kidnapping civilians and other abuses.
"These are cases of kidnappings, including one criminal case concerning an abduction personally involving Ramzan Kadyrov, a kidnapping of two people, whose photographs are now on my desk," she said in comments rebroadcast Sunday by Ekho Moskvy.
Shaun of the Knitted Dead.
Star Trek auction boldly goes to $7 million take.
I hadn't swung by Married to the Sea in a while, but this made me laugh out loud.
Also this one.
October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month