12 Replies to “Robot Joe”

  1. Thanks for all the positive feedback – it’s encouraging me to actually finish the animation that I had started so many months ago… It’s a little ironic that this is one of my most popular uploads, and it’s not even a photograph (although it does incorporate one). Still… it feels a little like cheating.

  2. Hi FlySi, Very cool robot! I wanted to let you know that we used Robot Joe on our website for an open source chat bot framework called BenderJab (http://www.benderjab.org/). We referenced your flickr account and pointed people to the original file and the Creative Common license. I wanted to thank you for sharing your work via the CC license and hope you feel this is an appropriate use of "Robot Joe". If you want like us to add anything as part of attribution, please let us know. Thanks again!

  3. Hey I thought I would let you know that I am using Robot Joe as a desktop image for my eMINTS classroom. The students will be completing a webquest learning how to add and subtract using a number line. We renamed Robot Joe Z-Bot for the purposes of the webquest (Hope you don’t mind). My 7th grade students and I appreciate your work and you being so kind as to let us use with the CC license. Our webquest is going to be CC licensed too! sps.k12.mo.us/sms/devries_files/WebQuest/RobotOperations/… There will be a link in the Resource section attributing your work. Nice job! 🙂

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