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Si

Hi,
I am Simon Monk, I wrote the book '30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius'. I am looking for permission to use the images of the Arduino 'family' that you have on your web site for my new book 'Programming Arduino'.

Your permission to use these images would be much appreciated.

A PM or email to evilgeniusauthor@gmail.com would be great.

Thanks,

Simon.
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Si

Heloooo .... anyone there?
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Cylindric

It's not answer, but there was this post a little while back...
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We are in the process of releasing a page that explains how to use the logo for the benefit of the community making sure whoever downloads it understands what are the rules.


Maybe try a PM to Massimo Banzi?
Current Projects: Rodentometer - Hamster Endurance Moni

Si

Actually on closer inspection, the Mega has a really good photo, all the other boards look like they were photographed with a webcam ;-)

Think I'll borrow some boards and photograph them myself.

Team Arduino! If you are interested I might let you have them ;)

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follower

You might find SparkFun's images suitable. They appear open to other uses:

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Product Photos: SparkFun product photos may be used without permission for educational purposes (research papers, school projects, etc.). However, permission must be granted for commercial use and proper credit to SparkFun must be given. For inquiries about the use of our product photos or permission to use them, please contact  marketing@sparkfun.com. (via)


--Philip;

<disclaimer>I do contract work for SF.</disclaimer>

Si

Brilliant, thanks follower,

I'll drop them a line. I do refer to their part codes in my new book, so they should be nice to me ;)
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