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Art and Race

When I was a young child, my family moved to (what was then) the largest single housing estate in the UK. I was a little naive at the time, as I had not seen or knew much of the world, but later found out that it was an all white estate. I found this out the day…

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Business as usual! Part Two

I was recently at a. friend’s exhibition opening and stumbled into another creative friend. We talked a little about those creative matters, and he then came out with this statement that I had not considered. Some 4 years ago I decided to drop everything…

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Business as usual!

Working freelance is a very difficult and tiring profession at the best of times. Trying to juggles several projects at the same time, or having work intensive projects cutting into quality time is a very hard part to balance in the creative world.

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Trains, Planes and Blistered Feet – Part Eight

Up early and saying goodbye to Paris. It was a fun packed three days, but London was calling and the train wasn’t going to wait. So, we grabbed our stuff and hopped on the metro for the last time and headed for the Gare du Nord, near the Sacré-Cœur, to grab the Eurostar train…

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Trains, Planes and Blistered Feet – Part Seven

Paris had become the top destination so far. Especially for Lythia. Not that she didn’t have her grumbles about all the walking we did. But today was the challenge of challenges for her, and we were not even aware of it as we awoke early and ate breakfast, in anticipation of the Montmartre visit…

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Where there’s honey!

What HoneyPot is, is giving a fake piece of information on your webpage that a bot is searching for. When it hits that blank form field, baited URL or whatever…

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Copyright isn’t rocket science!

When copyright was created some three hundred years ago, it was a sound concept. The opportunity for steal creative works in those days was very localised, and so the law was pretty strong in defending the creative…

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Ignorance shouldn’t be blissful!

It’s a difficult career being a freelance artist, especially when the Internet is one of the more common tools to make that living. In todays age, it is getting more and more difficult to sell, find or maintain work via the internet, and to be honest, if I were paid to hear stories from artists who…

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Trains, Planes and Blistered Feet – Part Six

So, we awoke for our 3 day experience in Paris. As I mentioned in the previous post, I had a cunning plan about visiting the Louvre. Sophia, our friend, stated that every first Sunday in Paris, the museums are free entrance. My cunning plan was that I assumed that thousands would turn up at the Louvre on Sunday…

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Trains, Planes and Blistered Feet – Part Five

We were saying goodbye to Italy! We were a little sad, as we had some good adventures here, and the overall view was a good one, but we had better climes ahead. We were heading for two major metropolis cities, full of life and culture; Paris and London. However, today was going to be…

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