[WikiEN-l] "I want to at least simplify the problem a bit."
shimgray at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 00:56:41 UTC 2008
On 05/02/2008, Jussi-Ville Heiskanen <cimonavaro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Really it would help to approach images by starting with the
> cases that aren't so loaded with controversy. If you want to
> make progress unraveling difficult issues, start unraveling
> at a point where you can unravel at least a few loops.
Here's one we face regularly for... well, for anyone still alive whose
prominence was in the 1960s or so.
Do we have a contemporary photograph of them, or one from their
heyday? How do we characterise them - the grand (or decayed!) old
figure, or the bright young thing?
Licensing issues, inevitably, point us towards a freely-created image,
which almost always means a new creation... but is that the best way
to present the article?
- Andrew Gray
andrew.gray at dunelm.org.uk
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