I recently discovered in the back of a closet an old issue of the defunct magazine Yahoo Internet Life dating back to 1999. That makes it exactly 20 years old this year! What's fascinating about this is that almost the entire issue was devoted to predictions of the Internet and what it would look like 10 or 20 years in the future. So we've had plenty of time to analyze the accuracy of the predictions--and the accuracy of predictions in general.
It occurred to me that this might make an interesting topic for a hub. Naturally, copyright issues would be a consideration, so I would have to limit my amount of quoting from the magazine. My question is, how many of the graphics could I reproduce from the magazine and still qualify for fair use? I would guess that I could certainly use an image of the cover. Obviously, more images would make the hub more interesting, but I could just use generic stock images if that's the only thing that would be safe.
I would love to read a hub about this.
Not sure about copyright regarding old images like that though as I mainly stick to open source stock images or my own works.
Maybe 1-2 images if they're sourced properly would be okay to use.
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