Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
giving credit to others

Lan Brady
>Today, on another website, I read a thread where several people were critcal of an artists work. The piece was great. Everyone was upset because the artist had not given credit to the person whose work they had reproduced.
What are the rules/proper edicate? Every cut that I make, I owe soemone credit for knowing how to execute the move. When do I need to acknowledge another?
I have always thought that when I produced something without using a written plan that it was my work. I do not think everyone feels the same though.
I will never be a threat to anyones income, but I don't want to plegerize either.

Lan

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Exact replication?
My sentiments, exactly! *NM*
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Re: Follow the money
That sounds like Capitalism
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Quality wins, always!
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You may be on to something
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Excellent summation
Keep "Running," Bob
A Rose?
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Good copy
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Oh good grief
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Who Are You Angry At?
At the idea
forgery
Caveat Emptor! *NM*
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No ventilation fans in the bathroom eh?
Re: Sure!
That's my point
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Speaking of Molly
I remember reading...
Asian Tattoos
Beef & broccoli *NM* *NM*
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But "Sacred cows make the best hamburger" *NM*
John, I agree on part of this
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Copying vs. derivative work (long for a Saturday)
Lan, my take....
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Re: giving credit to others-THANKS
Limits
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Copying - Changing - Learning
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Where does it stop?
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There's always going to be someone
Here's my thoughts on the matter,
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