In my talks and on the blog, I use a ton of media. Some of it is online for free (public domain), some of it is copyrighted (and I used it anyway in my younger, less-wise years), and some is Creative Commons, where attribution is required and respected.

This is where I can drop that respect. Images in my slides are cited already, this is other stuff.

Make Failure Cheap

Starting this list with my favorites, the four icons in this talk came from the Noun Project, as do most of my icons and media.

Brave by Namirus, Bow by Mark Shogreen, Network by Barracuda, and Care by Creative Stall

Other images in the slidedeck:

Meanwhile… by Jason Devaun on flickr
Base jump from wikimedia commons
Bored by Shaylor on flickr
Grade book by David Mulder on flickr

Classroom Chef

We’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of this logo, which is built from two modified images: ruler inch measure centimeter from pixabay and forkclipart20207 from clipart library.

Feet In Both Camps: The Quest to Stay Relevant

The teacher – Mello
The office building – Adrien Coquet
The principal’s desk – Ben Davis
The coach – Aneeque Ahmed

Image of clean vs. dirty – Wikimedia
Happy students – Pixabay
“Oh, I didn’t wanna bother you.” – Flickr
Teacher Meeting – Jopwell Collection