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Monday, June 14, 2010
Addressing a Reader Comment #3
Way to rip this from eHow.com...you could've at least given credit/cited it, or not copy and pasted word-for-word. It's a great tutorial and you have an awesome example of your own, but you should give credit where it's due.
I'm sorry but I had to chuckle when I read your comment. If you looked at the eHow.com article in question a bit closer (How to Create Your Own Modeling Comp Cards), you would have seen that I am the author of it. I've been writing for eHow.com for a while now and the majority of my articles on there are related to modeling. I wrote this blog post first and then reused it for eHow.com.
So I guess I've got to give credit to myself! LOL...but thank you for being on your toes and pointing that out to me. I've had other readers alert me of when my content shows up somewhere unaccredited.
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