[Sca-cooks] Cookery book at Longleat House?

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sun Nov 8 11:21:50 PST 2009

The alternative of course would be for the estate to simply cancel the
project and put the book into storage. They don't have to publish the  

Likewise as an author and as an author's wife, why should our hard  
work not be
of value and that we be compensated as authors?

Information is not free - there is always a price.


On Nov 8, 2009, at 2:12 PM, Antonia Calvo wrote:

> Johnnae wrote:
>> I should mention that one Society cookery website in the past few   
>> years was
>> asked/forced to remove recipes from the Pynson volume. (DMCA does  
>> that.)
>> The microfilm and
>> and EEBO versions carry a very strongly worded ownership statement.
>> When the only copy in the world is held by one library, it can  
>> control  it.
>> There will be libraries that will own the facsimile and people who  
>> are  deeply interested
>> will be able to make trips to those libraries and use those copies.
>> It will be just like in the medieval period when people traveled  
>> to  see precious books.
> Information wants to be freeeeee!!

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