Re: Pictures on a Web Page
Cheryl Singhal (csinghal@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 19:35:33 -0400
On Wed, 23 Jul 1997, Paul Ferris wrote:
> From: Doug Adams <adamsdo@RADIKS.NET>
> Doug Adams wrote:
> >At the risk of re-opening a potentially serious topic, I'd very much
> >like to hear your experiences regarding pictures of cub scouts on web
> When making your decision please note that Boys' Life magazine
> regularaly publishes the name and picture of Cubs and Scouts. In
> most cases the city and state are also mentioned. Boys' Life is
> available in most public libraries. Scouting magazine does the same
> but you must be registered in Scouting to receive a copy.
The differences are, IMO,
1) the circulation of Boys' Life is what? (I honestly haven't a clue
here) vs the how-many-hits-a-day on a popular website.
2) the magazines cannot be searched by name the way YAHOO can search
3) unless something has changed drastically in the world of print
journalism, each photo published is accompanied by a legal release from
every person identifiable in it (unless, of course, the photo is a true
Thus, exposure on a 5-hits-a-day website is _potentially_ greater than in
the say half-a-million circulation magazine.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City