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Trademark or Copyright?

What’s the difference between trademark and copyright? The United States Patent and Trademark Office is the government body in the US that oversees the registrations of trademarks. It isn’t legally required that anyone register their trademark—if you use a logo or a symbol, or even a word to distinguish your work from others, you already…

April 16, 2022
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eCommerce for Editorial Freelancers?

How can creative pros leverage eCommerce? I don’t know if this is something all editorial freelancers worry about, but I know that in between editing projects I am trying to figure out how to be more efficient at my business as far as leveraging online marketing and sales opportunities. The problem is, when it comes…

February 14, 2022
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Fair Use Update —the Creative Law Center

Learn how to make a fair use assessment so you can feel confident creating new original work from inspiration, not copying. I am part of a professional community called the Creative Law Center. Kathryn Goldman, a copyright and trademark attorney, founded CLC. I have consulted and recommended her for many years, and she has advised…

December 9, 2021
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Read more books. Read all the books.

Read more books. Read all the books. I want to read all the books. I receive book recommendations every day, from publishers, from indie booksellers, from, from Goodreads, from friends and colleagues. They want me to read more books, and I desperately want to comply. Reading is a joy. It is also, for me,…

July 2, 2021
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