Another internet copyright question

Subject: Another internet copyright question
From: Matthew Danda <dandam -at- 1STNET -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 1996 09:09:33 -0500

I have found a great deal of excellent material for newsletter articles and
such in this forum. If I want to reprint, say, someones anecdote about
finishing a project on time, can I just copy that email, use that story in
my article about corporate politics, and submit it for publication? Or do I
need to email the author and get permission?

I have heard that if something is placed on the internet, it is *free*
information for everyone to use and redistribute. Does this apply when using
this list-group as a source for articles?

Just asking before I even think of doing anything,
Matt Danda

Matthew Danda
dandam -at- 1stnet -dot- net
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