I got to teach a workshop at GeekGirlCon last weekend and had a lot of fun! I’m always a little bit nervous about the kind of crowd I’ll get at a convention; negotiation seminars aren’t usually what folks are looking for at a con.
I shouldn’t have worried; the GeekGirlCon crowd was awesome!
They came out in force and asked a ton of great questions. Such great questions, in fact, that I thought I’d share them with you.
That’s right, don’t ask for it.
But that goes against this blog’s near evangelical belief in the value of questions, you say!
You can’t get something if you don’t ask for it, you say!
Katie, you’ve finally gone off the deep end, you snicker.
But I mean it. If something is really important to you, don’t ask for it.
Talking to so many independent creators, I hear a lot of interesting ideas about how copyright law works and what it does. Very interesting ideas.
To be fair, law is not known for its clarity. And thanks to the internet’s obsession with copyright, it’s not always clear what’s helpful explanatory information and what’s one person’s bizarro idea of how the law works.
Here are three myths you can stop falling for.