Re: Copyright / karta
- "dan330033" <dan330033@y...> wrote:
>thanks Dan, your agreement shows,
> I agree, Karta.
> It's all part of social conventions, and social
> conventions have a place in the scheme of things.
> I generally say "please" and "thank you," I don't
> drive across the street when the light is red,
> I wear clothes in public, I shower every day,
> etc., etc., etc.
> Society is part of what we humans do, and copyrighting
> material is part of our social contract.
> I think it's a good idea generally to adhere to copyright law --
> and usually taking paragraphs and attributing those to
> who said 'em is no problem, usually reproducing things
> for nonprofit use is okay too -- but still, why not
> attribute a name to something you're using?
> It provides information that might be useful, avoids
> the pretense that you didn't borrow it -- and
> it's nice to know who said what, in case you want
> to read or study further from the one who said it.
> Plus, it's simply polite.
> Thanks for pointing this out,
that you have an academic mind and
Peace and Love, Karta
> Devi you are non-stop plagiarizing
> at several unsuspecting of this
> fact clubs. You said, that you can
> not put in words your realization
> and/or experiences and that is why
> you Cut & Paste
> Michael: who does she plagiarize, do
> you know?
> K: mostly Meher Baba, or looking up the
> topic from Google
> here are the 3 from the many of
> Jason: Does it even matter? I can't
> even count how many times
> Plagiarizing myself in any order or
> Karta: there is fine line in ethics I don't
> think you ever consider crossing Jeff, or other members of this
> club either.
> This ongoing plagiarizing stood out for me since I don't speak
> flowery english with impeccible expressions so I thought before why
> not just Cut & Paste some one else's thought I resonate whit and post
> I did not do so, and you didn't either, or anybody else is NOT
> plagiarizing all the time, but write their own words, why would
> thye? ESPECIALLY SOMEONE WHO claims to be God-realized; as Devi does
> and is posting these as her OWN words and ADVICE to other club-
> members from the stance of a "God-realized" being.
> Jason says: copying "words" and you mention:
> to use "impeccible expressions" is OK, but I was talking about C&P
> whole articles without
> any reference from where and from whom is it from over and over
> again, and that is unethical.