Re: HTML ethics

Subject: Re: HTML ethics
From: Leah Guren <LGUREN -at- BOSCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 1995 16:23:17 LCL

Arlen P. Walker suggests citing the source of any "borrowed" material,
plus adds:



* (Asking permission first would also be a Good Thing.)



In my experience, I have received permission *most* times that I have
asked, often with no more than a verbal handshake, if you will, and other
times by signing a simple agreement. I have been surprised at which
companies have cheerfully granted permission, and which ones refused to
even respond to our request. But it is definitely worth it to ask.

___________________

Leah Guren

Manager, Technical Publications

Better On-line Solutions, Ltd.

Yaad, Israel


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