[LINK] Re: Everything .. not just abstracts
stephen at melbpc.org.au
Thu Dec 16 23:55:55 EST 2004
Hi Richard, Rachel and all,
Yes, google, already a stunning world resource,
and soon to make mankind's kernal open source.
At 06:53 AM 16/12/2004, rchirgwin at ozemail.com.au wrote:
> And meanwhile the story has already been sent to various
> copyright owners' legal teams, and lobbyists prepare to visit
> parliaments. And we thought the Kazaa case was big...
> r.polanskis at uws.edu.au wrote:
>> On Wed, 15 Dec 2004, Stephen Loosley wrote:
>>> <Following> QUOTATION OF THE DAY "Within two decades,
>>> most of the world's knowledge will be digitized and available, one
>>> hopes for free reading on the Internet, just as there is free reading
>>> in libraries today." MICHAEL KELLER, Stanford U head librarian.
>> That is, apart from instructions on making bombs, precursors for
>> drug labs, how to torture/murder people or certain abstracts and
>> treatises regarding sedition and revolution, one would presume....
>> ...and if you do get to access such material, it will be logged.
Happy trails ..
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