On 5/16/06, Jacob Fugal <lukfugl / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> So in your opinion, authors who create content and then desire to sell
> it instead of giving it away are "conspiring", "misrepresenting", "not
> ethical", and "creating a limitation". Even though it is regarding
> their *own* work, which would *not exist* if it weren't for them?
>
> Please correct me if I'm wrong; I hope I am.

Earlier in this thread, Michael Greenly clearly stated his problem was
not with the authors who use the copyright system to their advantage,
but with the copyright system itself, which is an artificial creation
of society.

Stop twisting his words.

Ryan