Copyright -- was PC-DOS 3.3
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Mon Dec 12 22:16:18 CST 2005
Chuck Guzis wrote:
>So, I decide that I still want to write my arrangement and remain here in
>cold soggy Oregon.
One question! Can you play the Kazoo? :)
Well check out this -- http://www.nutshellhifi.com/index.html#index
The world of triodes. .
>I locate the copyright owner, which (fortunately) is still the Gershwin
>trust, whose rights to the work are (unfortunately) administered by Hal
>Leonard/Warner Brothers, which is a division of Disney (some of the most
>difficult people you can imagine dealing with).
I can't say I am a fan of Disney, mostly because of self adverting,
still they are the only people
people who can re-release Studio Ghibli's works in english, because they
agreed to do NO editing
of the films but just translation from japanese into english.
A web site about his films http://www.nausicaa.net/miyazaki/
>There is yet another twist of copyright law that accompanies the fall of
>the old Soviet Union. Works that once were public domain in the USA
>because Warsaw Pact copyrights weren't recognized can be in the same class
>as "toothpaste back into the tube"--that is, they can have their copyrights
While I have taken a few software packages from work to home to work at
DOS and some programimg software that never made it back later to work,
I for the most
part want to buy the software providing it reasonable. The same goes for
music , I don't mind
paying a resonable sum for music, but I don't think music needs to
re-priced higher every time
the media changes and quality goes down.
$#@! On being able to get "Those where the days" by Mary Hopkin from
on CD. I have the used record but my cheap turntable died.
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