Slashdot | The Return of Eric Weisstein's World Of Mathematics

Jerzy Szczypien jerrysz at telusplanet.net
Sat Nov 17 08:45:44 PST 2001




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[mailto:owner-cypherpunks at Algebra.COM]On Behalf Of J├╝rgen A. Erhard
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2001 10:51 AM
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Subject: Re: Slashdot | The Return of Eric Weisstein's World Of
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>>>>> "Karsten" =3D=3D Karsten M Self <kmself at ix.netcom.com> writes:

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    Karsten> on Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 05:29:03PM -0600, Jim Choate (ravage at s=
sz.com) wrote:
    >> http://slashdot.org/yro/01/11/06/2028252.shtml

    Karsten> Big Biz sues helpful guy, and somewhat wins.

"Somewhat" is the understatement of the millenium (and I mean *this*
millenium!)   To wit:

    Karsten>     There are a few other consequences of the settlement
    Karsten>     which are of interest to MathWorld readers. The first
    Karsten>     is that a copyright statement "=3DA9 1999 CRC Press
    Karsten>     LLC" (in addition of the =3DA9 1999-2001 Wolfram
    Karsten>     Research, Inc. notice) now appears at the bottom of
    Karsten>     MathWorld entries that have a corresponding article
    Karsten>     in CRC's printed shapshot.

I hope they lose authors and customers like a dog loses fleas when
wearing a flea collar.

Bye, J

--=20
      J=FCrgen A. Erhard  (juergen.erhard at gmx.net, jae at users.sf.net)
                     MARS  http://mars.jerhard.org
            "Yesterday's the past and tomorrow's the future.
Today is a gift --  which is why they call it the present." -- Butterfly

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