A few months ago, Ola and I attended the launch of the 24 hours of Flickr book at a party in London, held at the Tate Britain.
Yesterday I was playing around with the ego surf segment of the DNA tool on Flickr Toys and did a search to see where my photos are being used. It turns out that one of the photos has been used recently to illustrate two articles about conversations and storytelling: A formula for Telling a Good Story, and Take charge of your destiny in the office.
Pretty cool – Ola features in the picture 🙂
The only thing I’m surprised by is that in the second instance, the author appears to have edited the image (cropped it) and uploaded a copy to the magazine’s site, and the link at the bottom of the article is to my main Flickr page rather than to the image in question. It’s attributed, but seems to have been modified. I guess I need to drop them a line.
Update: the editor of the site was extremely responsive and altered both the attribution and the image to use the original within minutes of me commenting on it.
Still, the more I look at the image, it does work well as an illustration of “networking” or “social conversations”.