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11/6/10

The Day The Internet Threw A Righteous Hissyfit About Copyright And Pie : Monkey See : NPR

So you might have heard a story yesterday about a little magazine called Cooks Source. Up until then, you might never have heard of Cooks Source. But maybe you've heard of "the Internet." Cooks Source now undoubtedly wishes it never had.

Read the rest of the story here:

The Day The Internet Threw A Righteous Hissyfit About Copyright And Pie : Monkey See : NPR

And here is another good article about it:

http://www.edrants.com/the-cooks-source-scandal-how-a-magazine-profits-on-theft/
Oh, then there's this:
(Hurry and watch this before it is taken down.  I have seen many parodies done with this same film clip.)

3 comments:

  1. I have a question.
    If you write a really neat review of a book that i think a friend would enjoy, can I copy any or part of your review and the link to your blog and send it to her?
    Or do I just send the link to her (in an email)?
    Thanks for throwing some light on this topic.

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  2. Hi Carla

    From what I understand, you can copy and paste as long as you link or give credit. I always link to the original article. I email things to people all of the time with Shareaholic. It does all of the linking for you.

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  3. Hi Mary,

    Bookblogs won't let me write messages! (Don't ask me why) so I'm thanking you here and now I'm a keen follower of your blog.
    Sue

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