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I opened a national newspaper Delo (Kult) this morning and I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw my photo of a project "Quote a week" in it. It is mentioned as one of the 5 things that inspires Design group Oloop. Unfortunately there aren't any credits so I have mixed feelings about it. I am mostly surprised.

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  1. Congratulations! You should phone Oloop and tell them it's your work ;) K

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  2. ... kvaa, krasno ... in spet ne tolk ... pa vseen ... ne vem če bi blo men tok važno da me omenjo, če bi kej svojga najdu ... mal že, sam verjetn so oni bl na citat gledal ... povej jim pa le :) ...

    ... ha, kr u cajtngu si :) ...

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  3. congratulations! I second Kylie, you should contact them

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  4. congrats that is good!
    a similar thing happened to me with a mobile of mine being in a magazine but only with the name of the shop to by it at-not my name :( oh well!

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  5. congratulation! it's a very good quote! i think the best thing you can do is to follow Kylies adwise and call oloop. and even though it's without credits to you it's some kind of admission, wich always is nice :)

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  6. hey, too bad about the credits, but this way i found out about your project, so at least somebody got to you thanks to this article :)

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  7. Jokemijn is right- strange to get credit in a round about way (now I too know about your project) but still it prickles under the skin when not being recognised- especially when it wouldn't have taken too much to track you down as the creator. I think the lesson for all of us is that when we see something inspiring (or read or hear) then we should credit it and even better than that: go one step further and tell the creator that they've inspired us. Which is what all the above comments are really doing- saying- we know what you did and we were inspired!

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