Upload: The Fine Print

NI Week 2012 shot on an iPhone 4s

One or two Pictures with a story or anecdote: Send to ct@pxi.dk

Multiple photos or videos:

Upload stories with photos and videos to Dropbox here

The fine print:

By uploading you give us permission to use these on this website.

Before uploading, please give your photos a caption, and optionally a few Tags.

Also, please upload a document describing the photos in greater detail. Your contact info is also required in this document.

Please pre-prepend all document and photo and video file names with your abbreviated name followed by an underscore. For example: CTho_SailingOnLakeAustin.jpg or CTho_PhotosUploaded.docx

The most robust way to upload is to use the File Browser button on the upload page. (Drag and Drop is less reliable and can be browser dependent).

Privacy: The uploaded files cannot be viewed, downloaded, or deleted by other individuals than the editors of this web page. Uploaded files are not automatically uploaded to the any web pages.

If you have a very large picture collection, contact us and we will create a dedicated folder for you.

Thank you for sharing and make A Living History of NI (National Instruments) a success.

If you have any questions, contact me at ct@pxi.dk.

Article Guidelines

Articles must be respectful of companies and individuals, and not violate any non-disclosure agreements (for which you are personally responsible) and maintain a high ethical standard. Stories must be told truthfully, while maintaining integrity and respect. Opinions can be expressed, but must be clearly stated as such.

Information from other sources, including web sites must be referenced.

Articles must be identified with the correct legal name of the author, and the author must supply a verifiable phone number and email address when submitting the entry. The contact information will not be published, but the name of the author will always be published.

Articles need not be perfect in style or language, this can always be tuned later.

Articles are initially suggested to be 500 to 2,000 words and restricted to one subject. Use Microsoft .docx, Google doc. or Apple Pages format. Related articles welcomed when broken into manageable chunks.

Submit your articles and author information to:


We may request additional information to validate you as an author. In general, we will not publish anonymous articles, unless in very special circumstances.


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However, we do encourage you to share the existence of this web-site with people you know, for example via LinkedIn.

Photos and Video

Pictures or videos of public events where you have permission to share them are also requested so we can create a repository.