Tuesday, July 17, 2007, 1:02:15 PM, you wrote:
Really? Did you cite and pay every source you used in your book? And
what about those of us who downloaded books that we've bought?
Neither of these things apply to my rant, don't quote me out of
Seriously, I think you need
Tuesday, July 17, 2007, 2:01:42 PM, you wrote:
So it isn't as black and white as you say. There apparently is a
place where you can not only copy, but redistribute, and as long as
you gave proper credit, you don't have to pay.
Citing a reference in a book to another is not the same
Tuesday, July 17, 2007, 3:27:16 PM, you wrote:
Citing a reference in a book to another is not the same as
reproducing that ENTIRE book wholesale, page for page, illustration
All right, supposing I do a cut copy paste on a section of a book,
not the whole thing,
On Monday 16 July 2007 20:51, Richard Davey wrote:
Someone ought to create a 'carbon footprint per email sent'
calculator. Total up how much energy is literally wasted in the
transmission (and consequent receiving) of just one message. I bet if
you add it all up it'd put a printed book, which
Monday, July 16, 2007, 6:11:12 PM, you wrote:
no personal attack is intended here ... I hope you don't mind if I
rebutt/discuss, I find it a rather interesting topic :-)
Not at all, my original post wasn't meant personally towards you
specifically, just in general.
did you look
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