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> 1. Does anyone know if Microsoft's Tip of the Day has copyright protection?
> My developers want to use that concept. If it does have copyright, can
> anyone suggest who to contact to get permission?
Good question. I don't KNOW that this is copyrighted, but can't imagine
the concept could be. After all, I've seen many calendars and booklets
that made use of a similar idea over a period of many years. I've even
made use of this idea in the classroom.