I don't get it...

August 15, 2010
By Anonymous

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-Teen Ink

I have posted my photos, and I really hope you don't edit them, because then you will be changing my view of them.

I want to post a poem or story, but I don't want them to be edited. And I also do not want my words to be owned.

--Me

p.s.
I love the idea of this site. I love how it is written by teens for teens.


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TheJust ELITE said...
on Oct. 16 2010 at 9:42 am
TheJust ELITE, Ellenton, Florida
254 articles 202 photos 945 comments

Favorite Quote:
"I feel that a hero is somebody who will stand up for their values and what they believe in and that can take any form. People that have values and have thought them through rather than those who just do what they’re told."-Skandar Keynes

"When it’

They don't edit photos. At least I don't see how they could. And most of the time, when they edit articles, they may take out a sentence or paragraph that is irrelevent or that doesn't flow. My review of "Dream Street" was actually a lot longer than what was published to the magazine.

And the whole "owning" thing is for your own protection. It's so that no one can steal your work and use it as theirs. You still own your work and are free to post/publish wherever you want. It's just a protection thing. :)



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