[Sca-cooks] Authenticity in the Kitchen
t.d.decker at att.net
Fri Feb 3 17:40:06 PST 2012
It's covered under the settlement between Google and the major publishers
over Google's electronic book project and the copyright infringement.
Google has the book digitized. If your search kicks up a reference that
isn't in the public domain, you get to see a few pages to give you the
information you asked for as a library might, then they won't display a
group of pages and permit you to browse a little further after the gap.
It's fair use for some one writing a paper, but hard on a casual reader. If
you need the whole work for a reference, it's buy it or go to the library.
It's likely to improve sales to people who want to read the work and
discourages casual piracy.
> So I wonder how that works?
> I am SURE I did not give permission for my papers to be published
> And while appreciate the access that this gives people I wonder if it is
> hurting Prospect from a sales perspective.
> On Feb 3, 2012, at 7:11 PM, Terry Decker wrote:
>> They appear to have all of the published proceedings on Google Books, but
>> no ebooks available, so access is likely to be limited.
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