they say an SVG is worth a thousand words…


David Goodger has created this SVG. The source is available here. This image is licensed CC BY-NC-SA. Others at his site are in the public domain.

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6 Responses to they say an SVG is worth a thousand words…

  1. Wait, they say “a SVG”?? I’ve always heard “an SVG” — and Adobe thinks so, too.

    Is there a special secret pronounciation you’d care to share?

  2. Rob Myers says:

    Does anyone else find it somewhat self-refuting when an anti-copyright campaigner makes their work NC?

  3. You can be against copyright term extension without being against copyright.

  4. Unable to spell says:

    the following message was summegled out of the Disney Prison/gulag in Orlando Florida

    “Help I am a prisoner in the Magic kingdom, “M Mouse

    For details on Mickeys illegal imprisoment check out this paper:Mickey Mouse — A Truly Public Character

  5. Lessig says:

    a/an: fair enough.

  6. Robert Rubin says:

    This is a hoot! I guess you’ve seen the article in Columbia Journalism Review (, which mentions your work, and the implications to those of us who depend on standing upon the shoulders of giants.

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