Re: Computer rights

Subject: Re: Computer rights
From: "Huber, Mike" <mrhuber -at- SOFTWARE -dot- ROCKWELL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 09:45:45 -0600

Asking is kind of automatic in most cases - it's in the guidelines. And
you should ask for the guidelines, to avoid losing out for picky
reasons. Some publications have specific requirements about how articles
should be submitted, which are in the guidelines. For example, last time
I checked, there were some publications that did not accept electronic
submissions, and some that preferred them. Others wanted both paper and
a floppy.

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mike -dot- huber -at- software -dot- rockwell -dot- com

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Walker, Arlen P [SMTP:Arlen -dot- P -dot- Walker -at- JCI -dot- COM]
>Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 1997 6:54 AM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Re: Computer rights
>
><Include standard not-a-lawyer disclaimer here>
>
> I would like to get these projects published, but I've been told that
> once you make something accessible on the Internet its already
> considered published and therefore inappropriate to submit for
> publication.
>
>(Most editors are quite open
>about "buys only first NA serialization rights" or whatever their policy
>is. If it's not in the publication itself, ask.)
>

http://www.documentation.com/, or http://www.dejanews.com/



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