[Sca-cooks] Authenticity in the Kitchen
david at vastrepast.com
Fri Feb 3 17:50:32 PST 2012
When you said "they appear to have all of the published proceedings" I thought you meant all of them were up as a whole.
It does seem to only have a very small amount up at least from Fish and Meal which were the ones with my papers in them.
On Feb 3, 2012, at 7:40 PM, Terry Decker wrote:
> 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 electronically.
>> 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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