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December 13, 2007



Will your book be available in India.


Sweet, planning to upload a video? It would be nice to watch one of your presentations :)

Charles Martineau

I would do anything in the world to have the chance to go back in Japan in see your prez. again!


Very cool. Can't wait till your book comes out next week.


Amazon doesn't list the iStockPhoto deal. How do you register for it?

Garr Reynolds

>Amazon doesn't list the iStockPhoto deal. How do you register for it?

Victor, the deal is on the last page of the book. So you physically have to have the book in hand to get the code...Sorry that I was not clear about that...

Paul M.

Garr, is there a video of this presentation? Any slides available? You just gave us a taste of something we want to eat. Can we have it? 80% will do:)


It's already Dec 17, 2007 here in China.
I just got cliff's beyond bullet points(new version)yesterday,I'm so happy that your book is coming soon.

Thank you again, Garr.

Daniel Beck

I have to respectfully disagree with the post above. By "lowballing", iStockphoto is forcing others to consider their business model. This is a good thing. Yes, it may cause some troubles for some people as they learn to adjust to the market.

And if you read this blog, you will know that Garr advocates "giving it away". Of course, that doesn't mean he doesn't believe in the market or that professionals shouldn't be compensated. But, in my opinion, creative professionals do themselves no favors by clinging on to old models. Better to use some of that creativity toward their business plan.

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