I’m not sure how to respond to this, other than to observe openly sharing digital media can have unexpected disadvantages. That’s a lot of retweets and favorites.
I shared the original photo under a CC-BY license on Flickr in October 2008. No attribution was used in this remix using the photo.
Addition 1/11/2014: See Dean Shareski‘s post about this, “When Sharing Goes Bad, Pithy Quote Fetish and Kids These Days” and comment thread.
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On this day..
- Yukon Students Learning Computer Programming with Scratch - 2013
- Introduction to the Common Core State Standards by Karen Robertson - 2012
- An Iterative Google Search (with advanced options) solves a MS Word File Saving Problem - 2012
- Learning about Glass Blowing in Santa Fe, New Mexico (videos) - 2011
- Podcast366: Interviews with Navy WWII Ace Ed Wendorf and Docents Aboard the USS Midway - 2011
- Good Memories from Denton and UNT - 2011
- Virtual DNA Fingerprinting Lab (1 to 1 Learning in Yarmouth, Maine) - 2011
- Brainstorm & Find Available Websites with DomainStorm - 2011
- Getting Creative with Windows Live Movie Maker on a Netbook - 2010
- Recovering lost iTunes Song Purchases (maybe) and iTunes Library Backups - 2010