I just noticed something ironic. I read most blogs in a feed aggregator, and the feed from Uncommon Descent adds the following to each post:
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In view of the recent discussions about Bill Dembski’s use of animation made by someone else, without giving credit to its source, isn’t it seriously ironic for them to threaten legal action against those who reproduce their posts in a form that presumably at least gives credit whether credit is due?