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Subject:Re: Death of Paper From:David Jones/KSBEISD <David_Jones/KSBEISD -dot- KSBEISD -at- DATAHUB -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 29 Mar 1996 11:33:51 HST
Despite the power of the Internet, the vast majority of information still
exists solely as books, magazines, newspapers, etc. Current copyright laws --
and the lack of any mechanism built into the Internet for ensuring that the
copyright holder receives appropriate compensation for access/use -- seem to
militate against that material ever appearing online ... At least for free.
There are fee-based services that provide a lot of stuff, but they charge a
BTW, I read printed material *much faster* than stuff on screen. Maybe this has
something to do with the popularity of paper?
David Jones, Technical Writer
David_Jones/KSBEISD -dot- KSBEISD -at- Datahub -dot- com
Kamehameha Schools Bishop Estate
"I do not speak for my employer, my computer, or any other living thing."
From: wandajp @ ANDYNE.COM (WandaJane Phillips) @ Internet @ DATAHUB
Date: 03/30/96 01:56:43 PM
Subject: Re: Death of Paper
The internet search was for publication information for two articles I
referenced in a paper. I found several libraries online but I wasn't
able to find the information I wanted.