The longer you blog, the more likely you'll discover
your content and photographs have been stolen.
The nature of the 'beast' that is the internet?
Ultimately, it makes no difference if you watermark photos or not,
or if you embed your photographs with copyright information.
Watermarks can be sliced off / embedded data is easily ignored.
I'm told savvy computer geek thieves know how to remove watermarks,
and they surely aren't concerned with embedded attribution.
I could spend all my days (and nights) searching AND finding obscure and not-so-obscure web sites and blogs where my words appear in my own voice yet on a totally foreign web address.
Splog = spam blog.
A friend's web site was hacked yesterday,
and she has reminded readers of the importance of backing up your web site and blog content.
Is the internet a sexy beast? One we find alluring despite its faults?
You may soon see a copyright notice in each and every Bay Area Tendrils post.
ALL TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS COPYRIGHT: ALICE JOYCE
Little steps to lessen, if not alleviate, opportunities for sploggers.