Two of my old Helium articles have appeared on these two sites:
In going through the archived articles on the actforlibraries site, I thought a lot of them had the flavor of old Helium articles.
Anyone who once contributed to Helium might want to take a look at the content of these two sites.
There probably isn't too much point in getting concerned, unless you have some way of proving when they were originally published.
Also bear in mind that Helium had the right to sell our articles, without compensation, in perpetuity. Like most people, I didn't read the terms and conditions before joining but as soon as I found that out, I stopped writing for them.
They may just have sold them all off to the lowest bidder since they don't need them any more.
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