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Re: [Re: [Re: paper request]]

I have two ideas:

     1.) set up a site like Amazon.com where you can go to pay for the papers,
and the money goes to the people who published it (Nature, JVP, etc., etc.)


     2.) Someone set up a Internet business site where the owner goes out,
and, for a fee, makes copies of papers and mails them to people. 

   Wouldn't either way be legit?

                                     Science for the sake of science,
                                     Caleb Lewis

Cave, cogiturus sum!

Utinam logica falsa tuam philosophiam totam suffodiant!

"T. Mike Keesey" <tmk@dinosauricon.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 29 Dec 2000, James R. Cunningham wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I strongly urge you to consult a copyright attorney before you implement
> > concept.
> Hmmm, very true. I am going to implement a literature database (including
> summaries/abstracts) for the next version of the Dinosauricon. People will
> be able to submit entries to it (no way can I do it all! :). Perhaps this
> is as much as can be done, legally.
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