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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...er cannot be located. I am pleased to present our "Report on Orphan Works" in response to your request. The response from the public to this study was... ...t the use of orphan works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants... ...hts Library of Congress Washington, DC 20540 Dear Register Peters, Several groups have expressed interest in the Copyright Office issuing a notice of ... ...nnot be located. I write to support such an undertaking by your office. As established by Section 104 of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act o... ...nstances were collected in comments filed by trade associations and other groups. Thus, there is good evidence that the orphan works problem is rea... ...s, such as photographs. Some commenters proposed that user registries be established in which a user would file a notice that he intends to use a wo... ...le to the public during normal business hours. For example, from 1891 to 1982 the Copyright Office published the Catalog of Copyright Entries (CCE)... ...izations contain extensive contact information for owners of copyright in musical works, and also have staff available to assist with inquiries); BM... ...ribution granted by section 108 do not apply to certain classes of works: musical, pictorial, graphic or sculptural works, or motion pictures or oth...

...m used to describe the situation where the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Even where the user has made a reasonably diligent effort to find the owner, if the owner is not found, the user faces uncertainty – she cannot determine whether or...

...Many commenters were in favor of determining whether a search was reasonable on an “ad hoc” or case-by-case basis, whereby each search is evaluated according to its circumstances. This approach was offered as having the advantage of flexibility t...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...er cannot be located. I am pleased to present our "Report on Orphan Works" in response to your request. The response from the public to this study was... ...t the use of orphan works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants... ...hts Library of Congress Washington, DC 20540 Dear Register Peters, Several groups have expressed interest in the Copyright Office issuing a notice of ... ...nnot be located. I write to support such an undertaking by your office. As established by Section 104 of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act o... ...nstances were collected in comments filed by trade associations and other groups. Thus, there is good evidence that the orphan works problem is rea... ...s, such as photographs. Some commenters proposed that user registries be established in which a user would file a notice that he intends to use a wo... ...le to the public during normal business hours. For example, from 1891 to 1982 the Copyright Office published the Catalog of Copyright Entries (CCE)... ...izations contain extensive contact information for owners of copyright in musical works, and also have staff available to assist with inquiries); BM... ...ribution granted by section 108 do not apply to certain classes of works: musical, pictorial, graphic or sculptural works, or motion pictures or oth...

...m used to describe the situation where the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Even where the user has made a reasonably diligent effort to find the owner, if the owner is not found, the user faces uncertainty – she cannot determine whether or...

... and copyright owner of the work if such attribution is possible and as is reasonably appropriate under the circumstances. The idea is that the user, in the course of using a work for which he has not received explicit permission, should make it as clear as possible to the public that the work is the product of another author, and that the copyright in the work is owned by...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...Book of Factoids First Published on the Links and Factoids Study List http://groups.yahoo.com/group/linknfactoid Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. ... ... All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from: Lidija Rangelovs... ...elovska – write to: palma@unet.com.mk Visit the Author Archive of Dr. Sam Vaknin in "Central Europe Review": http://www.ce-review.org/authorarchi... ...tern Van (the Armenakans, in 1885) and in Russia. Radical nationalist parties were established by Russian-Armenian emigrants in 1887 (Hunchak or He... ...herto claimed to have been fighting for independence. When the war was over, he established a private militia, under his commend - the People's ... ...ion in 1834. http://humanityquest.com/topic/Index.asp?theme1=chauvinism Chicago (musical) The musical "Chicago" won 6 Academy awards (Oscars) in... ...ntella" is related to tarantism. It was played for days on end to manic patients by groups of travelling musicians as a kind of music therapy. The ... ...ions were trounced by Isaac Shoenberg and his team, set up in 1931 by Electric and Musical Industries (EMI). RCA refined its own system, as did the... ...as proposed in 1923 and passed both houses of Congress only in 1972. It expired in 1982, three states short of adoption. The first woman govern...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

... The Silver Lining Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema 3 rd EDITION Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. ... ... All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from: Lidija Rangelovs... ... He lacks real talents - he know how to play only six jazz tunes, can't make up his musical mind between his faithful sax and a newly alluring drum ... ...ntors. The source of the dilemma (which led to his act of choosing) is that the two groups overlap. Truman found himself in the impossible positio... ...memory - don't we already presuppose the existence of a "remembering agent" with an established self-identity? Moreover, we keep talking about "di... ..., then young girls and female infants would have been preferred over all the other groups of passengers. Old women would have been left with the me... ...? (See: "On Empathy"). And if property rights to one's brain and mind were firmly established - how will telepathy (if ever proven) be treated leg... ...itae Born in 1961 in Qiryat-Yam, Israel. Served in the Israeli Defence Force (1979-1982) in training and education units. Education 1970-1978: Co... ... Completed nine semesters in the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa. 1982-3: Ph.D. in Philosophy (dissertation: "Time Asymmetry Revis...

Moral deliberations and philosophical dimensions in thirteen modern films.

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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...design Copyright © 2008 Lee Emory Edited by Lee Emory Printed and published in the U.S.A. by MountainView Publishing A division of Treble Heart Books... ...rials contained herein, used by permission, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopyin... ... permission.” “Scripture taken from the New King James V ersion. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.” ... ...Instead of fame, God has blessed me through my publishing houses and writers groups with some of the dearest friends I’ve ever known. Instead of the e... ... What a wonderful hope. What a creative commission. Many of the creative and musical arts had their start in religion. For eons, humanity has shown it... ...pened, I learned just what I needed to know. I began studying grammar again, established a writers’ group, wrote, revised, attended conferences, revis... .... There’s a real pressure on new writers to polish their work, join critique groups and quickly submit, as if they aren’t validated as writers without... ...ant.” When students and readers ask what advice I’d offer unpublished and/or established authors, I think of that phrase, and remember this quote from...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

... be accessed through the author’s website at http://james-boyle.com. Printed in the United States of America. ISBN: 978-0-300-13740-8 Library of Congr... ...served mockery. “Want that insignia torn off your car, Dad? Then it would be in the public domain, right?” My colleagues at Duke are one of the main i... ...a brilliant composer, not only educated me in composition and the history of musical borrowing but co-taught a class on musical borrowing that dramati... ...s the emergence of an area of concern, the coming together of very different groups around a shared problem—an imbalance in the rules that define prop-... ...alized network of hob- byists, amateurs, universities, businesses, volunteer groups, professionals, and retired experts and who knows what else. It is... ... create out of thin air. Perhaps he or she is deeply embedded in a literary, musical, cultural, or scientific tra- dition that would not flourish if tre... ...al process was going to be particularly vulnerable to problems of capture by established industries, many of whom would (rightly) see the Internet as ... ... to use their service! No one is going to sue Apple now, of course. In fact, established players in the marketplace are probably fairly safe (and have... ...l Conse- quences of Eighteenth Century Enclosures,” The Economic Journal 92 (1982): 937–953; Enclosure and The Yeoman (New York: Oxford University Pre...

...ll depend on a delicate balance between those ideas that are controlled and those that are free, between intellectual property and the public domain. In The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind (Yale University Press) James Boyle introduces readers to the idea of the public domain and describes how it is being tragically eroded by our current copyright, patent,...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...horus by Millennium Books [an imprint of E.J. Dwyer (Australia) Pty. Ltd.] in 1995. This second edition, with text reset, various emendations, and new... ...publication rights. Copyright © 1995 and 2006 by Donald Broadribb. Typeset in Times New Roman and Futura, using the program Mellel, with an Apple iMac... ...953. The Spiritual Legacy of The American Indian, by Joseph Epes Brown. © 1982 by Joseph Epes Brown. Reprinted by permission of The Crossroad Publish... ...ventually this led me to enroll in the analytical institute which Jung had established in Zürich for the multi-year training leading to a diploma in p... ...terature to discover, for example, discussions debating whether indigenous groups such as the traditional clans of Aborigines in Australia have a reli... ...ndsworth, 1973. THE RELIGIOUS DIMENSION 2 claims are theories rather than established facts. I would like to invite you to accompany me in considerin... ...ver that this is not the case all over the world. In modern Israel several groups reject such separation of religious and secular life, and also wield... ...atly. The same is to be said even more of music. The score of a particular musical piece indicates the notes to be played and to some degree the timin... ...ate emotion with music more than drama, by and large, we need to take this musical analogy quite seriously, for it is this analogy which in practice r...

...ildren we were taught at a church Sunday school or some other religious institution, or weabsorbed simple social assumptions from the culture we live in, none of us grow up in a religious vacuum. Through most of history the majority of people appear to have been reasonably satisfied with the religious culture which went hand in hand with their social structure. It has been...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...Matti Sarmela LAWS OF DESTINY NEVER DISAPPEAR Culture of Thailand in the postlocal world Helsinki 2005 ... ...R DISAPPEAR Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World ... ... .............................. I. 55 5. Popularity of house types 1982-2000 .... I. 66 6. Means of transport ....................... ...onal, globalizing. In Asia, too, a common free trade area, ASEAN, is being established, evidently to become a continental state akin to the European U... ... plants like mango trees or fruit trees. One can only grow things on newly established teak plantations. So, just a year in each place, then the teak ... ...umerous side alleys and lanes criss- cross the main lanes, twisting around groups of houses and village backwaters, but always ending up re-joining th... ...eek opportunities to manage together. In the cold season, villagers sit in groups in the mornings in the sun, warming themselves. By and by, the young... ...s do not have the characteristic timbre of the old way of singing, and the musical scale is tending towards the Western. Pop stars sing in the same st... ...ion and Equality. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth. Yupho, Dhanit 1960. Thai Musical Instruments. Transl. from Thai by David Morton. Siva Phorn Ldt., Ba...

...worldviews of peoples of Thailand and Finland, the past and future of local cultures. Matti Sarmela started collecting material on Northern Thailand in 1972. Based on a longitudinal field study, he wrote his description of three villages in Lampang Province, and the changes in villagers' lives over three decades. The book also speaks through the voices of villagers themse...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...er cannot be located. I am pleased to present our "Report on Orphan Works" in response to your request. The response from the public to this study was... ...t the use of orphan works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants... ...hts Library of Congress Washington, DC 20540 Dear Register Peters, Several groups have expressed interest in the Copyright Office issuing a notice of ... ...nnot be located. I write to support such an undertaking by your office. As established by Section 104 of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act o... ...nstances were collected in comments filed by trade associations and other groups. Thus, there is good evidence that the orphan works problem is rea... ...s, such as photographs. Some commenters proposed that user registries be established in which a user would file a notice that he intends to use a wo... ...le to the public during normal business hours. For example, from 1891 to 1982 the Copyright Office published the Catalog of Copyright Entries (CCE)... ...izations contain extensive contact information for owners of copyright in musical works, and also have staff available to assist with inquiries); BM... ...ribution granted by section 108 do not apply to certain classes of works: musical, pictorial, graphic or sculptural works, or motion pictures or oth...

...used to describe the situation where the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Even where the user has made a reasonably diligent effort to find the owner, if the owner is not found, the user faces uncertainty – she cannot determine whether...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...ect to the exception immediately following, this book may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, including illustrations, in any form (beyond that co... .... It can be accessed through the author’s Web site at http://www.jz.org. Set in Adobe Garamond type by The Composing Room of Michigan, Inc. Printed in... ...echnologies and a community ethos that secures the keys to those locks among groups with shared norms and a sense of public purpose, rather than in th... ...i- ers to generative tinkering with the machines. If the hobbyist PC had not established the value of tinkering so that the PC could enter the mainstr... ...ing all communication. Others kept their machines plugged in and, working in groups, figured out how to kill the invading software and protect their ma... ... technological innovations are consistent with the performance trajectory of established market leaders—that is, when they are a more efficient way of d... ... way that millions of dollars can go into production and marketing for a new musical recording 39 while a gifted unknown musician hums an original tun... ...t in preferred outlet. Mozart might have turned to painting if there were no musical instruments for which to compose, but there is no particular reas... ..., H H: F G  I P-  52–53 (1982) (“Hollerith agreed to keep the machines in good condition and compl...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from: Lidija Rangelovs... ... and Musings: http://philosophos.tripod.com The Silver Lining – Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Films http://samvak.tripod.com/film.html Download f... ...nto a person with consciousness and free will. Philosophically, no identity can be established between potential and actuality. The destruction of ... ...m" still reign supreme. In extreme - though surprisingly frequent - cases, whole groups (typically minorities) are excluded from the nation's mor... ...f authority. They are against the usurpation of power by individuals or by classes (groups) of individuals for personal gain through the subjugation... ...elf-regulating organizations of free individuals whose functions parallel those of established hierarchies and institutions ("dual power"). Gradual... ...ists (like musicians) - often describe their interpretation of an artwork (e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathemat... ...iability. The recurrent rescues of Mexico - following its systemic crises in 1976, 1982, 1988, and 1994 - are textbook examples of moral hazard. Th... ...nt individualism play an important socio-cultural role in this semipternal game of musical chairs. Many products have a limited shelf life or an ex...

Cyclopedia of issues in economics analyzed through the prism of the economies of countries in transition, emerging markets, and developing countries.

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from: Lidija Rangelovs... ... and Musings: http://philosophos.tripod.com The Silver Lining – Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Films http://samvak.tripod.com/film.html Download f... ...nto a person with consciousness and free will. Philosophically, no identity can be established between potential and actuality. The destruction of ... ...m" still reign supreme. In extreme - though surprisingly frequent - cases, whole groups (typically minorities) are excluded from the nation's mor... ...f authority. They are against the usurpation of power by individuals or by classes (groups) of individuals for personal gain through the subjugation... ...elf-regulating organizations of free individuals whose functions parallel those of established hierarchies and institutions ("dual power"). Gradual... ...ists (like musicians) - often describe their interpretation of an artwork (e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathemat... ...iability. The recurrent rescues of Mexico - following its systemic crises in 1976, 1982, 1988, and 1994 - are textbook examples of moral hazard. Th... ...nt individualism play an important socio-cultural role in this semipternal game of musical chairs. Many products have a limited shelf life or an ex...

...Cyclopedia of issues in modern philosophy: The philosophy of science and religion, the cognitive sciences, cultural studies, aesthetics, art and literature, the philosophy of economics, the philosophy of psychology, and ethics....

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...ts reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from: Lidija Rangelovska – writ... ... A Medium or a Message? http://samvak.tripod.com/internet.html World in Conflict and Transition http://samvak.tripod.com/guide.html ... ...keting, branding and advertising once a product's first mover advantage is established. Economic laws of increasing, rather than diminishing, returns... ... BookCrossing.com. On the face of it, it presents no profound challenge to established publishing practices and to the modern concept of intellectual... ...an't afford to seek out people and send them unwanted marketing, in large groups and hope that some will send you money. Instead the future belongs ... ...ference between sound and text. In music, what matter are the song or the musical piece. The medium (or carrier, or packing) is marginal and interch... ...r audiences. Trade unions, certain educational institutions and religious groups commenced "public radio" broadcasts. The Commercial Phase When t... ...cts similar to his history. It will alert him to movies, TV shows and new musical releases - all within his cultural sphere. If convinced to purchas... ... in 1961 in Qiryat-Yam, Israel. Served in the Israeli Defence Force (1979-1982) in training and education units. Education Graduated a few semester...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, including Related Themes from Math... ...h the Library of Congress (DC). This journal is peer reviewed and included in the abstracting and indexing coverage of: Mathematical Reviews and MathS... ...√ P , (11) which is nothing but the standard “quantum potential”, but here established as a mere manifestation of the nondifferen- tiable and fractal ... ...ng since it could be seen as the “complex doubling” version of the Lorentz groupSO(1,3). Low discussed the irreducible unitary representations of such... ...s/0009052. Gonzalez-Martin G. The fne structure constant from relativistic groups. arXiv: physics/0009051. 39. Beck C. Spatio-Temporal Vacuum Fluctuat... ...Horwitz L. P. and Rohrlich F. Physical Review D, v. 24, 1981, 1528; v. 26, 1982, 3452. Horwitz L. P., Arshansky R. I. and Elitzur A. C. Found. Phys., ... ...anifolds and physics. Revised edition, North Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam, 1982. 77. Crumeyrole A. Orthogonal and sympletic Clifford algebras. Kluwer ... ...r approximation, but to consider numerous processes such as colour vision, musical harmony, or Bohr’s orbit distribution in atoms, requires a high ord... ...ion the general conditions that the required solution must satisfy must be established. Abrams [9] has determined these conditions. I obtain them by o...

...Progress in Physics has been created for publications on advanced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a b...

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