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'[PICLIST] Nuts & Volts Mag Jan & Feb Issues?'
2002\03\14@200602 by Chris Loiacono

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Does anyone have copies of N&V for Jan & Feb that can somehow be shared?
I am a paid subscriber, and they just messed up and didn't process my
subscription properly late last year, so I'm not trying to get away with
anything - there are just a couple of articles that I'm really interested
in, and I would like to not have to wait for them to send the back issues
that I just paid for again.....

Chris

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2002\03\15@010957 by Vern Jones

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I have them, but a copy is in violation of copyright law isn't it
Chris....

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2002\03\15@014123 by Chris Loiacono

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Vern:

I believe distributing it widely for free would be wrong. Since I have paid
for the right to posess a copy, I believe there's nothing wrong with doing
so. If this would bother your conscience, I wouldn't want you to do it.

A week or two back, there was a fellow making the rounds trying to get
copies of chapters of a book that he didn't want to pay for. I was perhaps
the loudest one to remind him of the right & wrong of taking intellectual
property. I tried to help him as best as could be done without actually
making copies of it, but he wasn't satisfied.

> I have them, but a copy is in violation of copyright law isn't it
> Chris....
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2002\03\15@022524 by Pic Dude

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Perhaps you should just state what you need up front.  I'm sure
paraphrasing some info is not a violation of a copyright, and perhaps
you only need something simple as that until you get your back issues?

Cheers.

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2002\03\15@112905 by Mina Nichols
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Don't be afraid to just call them up and ask for a back issue.  They make
their money selling adspace, not subscriptions.  Chances are they will be
very happy to provide the back issues.  1(800)783-4624 or
spam_OUTSalesTakeThisOuTspamnutsvolts.com.
-Mina Nichols


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2002\03\15@122439 by Chris Loiacono

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I have already done that. It took 2 days to convince them that I had been
asubscriber for some time and that for some reason they just stopped sending
copies to me. They wanted me to re-subscribe, plus pay something like $8
each for the three back issues, meaning that they were asking for almost
$50.
Finally someone there got it straight, and all I had to pay for (extra) was
the shipping cost of the back issues.
I still won't hold my breath waiting for the April issue.
Their online order entry system seems to have a problem when credit card
billing addresses don't match shipping addresses. I had a similar problem
with Circuit Cellar last year..

Thanks for the advice though...
c

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