Today we continue our discussion of iMessage sticker packs, diving deeper into intellectual property issues and app review troubles that surround sticker packs. In particular, we discuss Joe’s guitar-themed sticker pack and possible intellectual property concerns with a certain famous guitar manufacturer, as well as the catch-22 of creating alcohol-themed screen shots in a kid friendly way.
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Show Notes and Links
- The Leo Collection – Joe’s guitar-themed sticker pack
- The Mixologist Sticker Pack – Joe’s cocktail-themed sticker pack
- luthier – noun, lu·thi·er, one who makes stringed musical instruments (as violins or guitars).
- On Making Quality Sticker Screenshots – Joe’s blog post
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