I like to consider the Public Domain Project a success when an individual or organization selects to use one of the Project’s images. There are many examples of these successes and I find it exhilarating to discover new usages every week. Below is a partial list of recent successes, and, albeit limited so far, I am also including links to any press coverage of the Public Domain Project.
A Few Success Stories:
The Quad | BU’s independent online magazine (USA): Facing the Flood
TechCrunch.com (USA): So About The Whole Tech-Eating-Jobs Thing
Micromericalocal.com (Spain): Grants for Libraries in Barcelona
LeadersWest (USA): How iPads Drive Traffic and Conversion for Black Friday
TVN24 (Poland): 170 Million for Research on Future Drugs
Boston’s Best (USA): Everything Boston!
Metro.us | Philladelphia (USA): Councilman Announces Deal With Car Crusher to End Neighborhood Noise
Examiner.com (USA): Karen Perrin | 8- Hours Locked in Bathroom Ends Interestingly
Ramsey Hill – Attorneys at Law (USA): Wrong Way Driving Data
D66: Den Haag (Netherlands): Use Veenbespad Trees for Firewood
The Bavarian Times (Germany): Christmas Market – Regensburg – Neupfarrplatz
BreathlessTravel (USA): Coasts With the Most
Vlaštovka.info (Czech Republic): The Boxes Protect the Birds from Cold and Enliven the Garden
Please keep in mind, images contributed to the public domain can be used by any person or organization. The Public Domain Project is about the free use of photographic images and neither endorses nor opposes any of the information contained in the articles selecting to use images.
Nashua Patch: The Public Domain Project – One Million Photographs
If you find any coverage of this Public Domain Project, please post the links in the comments below or on the Public Domain Project Facebook page. Thank you in advance.