Photo credit and exoskeletons

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About a week ago, I found out that I had been in the October 17th issue of the Legal Intelligencer, in an article based on my Law Journal TV appearance. When Law Journal TV asked me for photos to use in a press release, I sent them this photo that Fred Benenson, FC @ NYU co-founder and photographer extraordinaire, took of my panel at Yale’s RebLaw conference. I neglected to give poor Fred credit at the time, and so it appears that this photo has been printed in multiple places without his name next to it. My apologies!

Also, I wish there were a way to see when people leave comments on Flickr photos featuring me, even if they’re not in my photostream… I missed this classic comment from 9 months ago that Gavin left:

I’ve become convinced that Nelson’s hoodies are actually a form of exoskeleton, and that he would collapse in a pile of organs if he didn’t wear one.

This reminds me of that old children’s horror story, where there’s this girl who always wears a ribbon around her neck, and when her husband finally removes it, her head falls off…

5 thoughts on “Photo credit and exoskeletons

  1. I managed to miss that kid’s tale. Now I’m going to have nightmares. Thanks! Lol…. a hoodie exoskeleton. Well, people would say that my hair was my brain’s exo-… um – exobrains. Or something. Because it’s curly. Kids are weird.

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