I read your Frequently Asked Question prior to, and didn't actually buy the argument. And I believe anyone who does reblog among your images is much more likely to cut off a frame with your URL on it than they would be a frame with a proper artist credit tag on it. After all some bloggers might feel an ethical compulsion to keep the artist info, however I question any feel a moral compulsion to promote your site. If downloading is allowed, how do I do that? I prefer to have things in my computer independent from internet connection.
2nd: I noticed you criticism of the Carmenica Diaz website. I believed you were a little extreme. Ms Diaz, to her credit, goes to terrific pains to acknowledge the artists included on her site and where this is not known, asks her readers for any information they may have, so acknowledgement can be provided at a later date. I am pleased with the difficulty she takes with this and I can cope with a couple of frames around the images!
I do like the Carmenica Diaz site, which is why it's listed here. She's published some interesting material and done some excellent interviews. However I stand by my comments around including the image borders. It's obnoxious. In most cases the borders are larger and more obvious than the watermark the initial material developer decided http://www.euvepro.org to build. And if everyone began modifying the images they were just re-posting life would be a lot more difficult for all of us.
If you feel like linking to my website in that method then go all out. It's your blog site. Put whatever you want there. Clearly you're not too courteous, because you don't hesitated to put this comment here. I in fact stated nothing about you personally, I only discussed a particular practice and design of blogging. On the other hand your comment was an extremely personal attack. Any individual composing this comment can't make a lot of claims on politeness.
, if I emailed someone everytime I saw a blog site comment/caption/style that I wasn't personally a fan of then I 'd never ever get any posts composed. I 'd invest my entire life in email. Then feel complimentary to leave a remark here (or email me or whatever) to describe it, if you have a specific reason for presenting photos a particular way. Happy to talk about it or be informed. But simply leaving a remark stating I'm wrong without anything else doesn't truly assist alter my mind.