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Re: Microsoft needs a help strategy

From: Chris Ahlstrom
Subject: Re: Microsoft needs a help strategy
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 18:07:06 -0500
User-agent: slrn/ (Linux)

After takin' a swig o' grog, David Kastrup belched out
  this bit o' wisdom:

> "amicus_curious" <> writes:
>> "David Kastrup" <>
>>> Since when?  If I send a personal letter to someone, I don't charge a
>>> fee for it.  He still is not authorized for redistributing my letter or
>>> using its content in publications of his.
>> I don't see where that has any bearing on the issue, whether it is
>> true or not.  If you send me a letter, I think that I am free to show
>> it to anyone as I see fit.
> Sure.  Fair use.  You are also allowed to show and lend a book you
> acquired to anybody you want to as you see fit.  But you are not
> authorized to make additional copies and send them around.
>> Any set of words on a piece of paper do not qualify as a "unique
>> expression, fixed in a media".
> They don't?

Apparently, amicus is only ignorant, as opposed to the liar Rjack.

He doesn't know that his own word here are automatically copyrighted.

May be too intense for some viewers.

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