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Re: Tesla Coil Information and copyrights
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- Date: Sun, 08 May 2005 16:36:09 -0600
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Original poster: "Paul B. Brodie" <pbbrodie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
That's great news about the Electric experimenter magazines. I look forward
to looking at some of them. It aught to give some keen incite as to what it
must have been like to live during those times without all of our modern
paraphernalia. I can barely remember what it was like to do math without a
calculator!!! Those poor guys had virtually nothing to work with. On the
other hand, it must have been incredibly exciting to work with things that
were "brand new."
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Subject: Re: Tesla Coil Information and copyrights
> Original poster: "Mercurus2000"
> I just checked my "Strange Stories from Electrical Experimenter Magazine
> 1917-1919 by Lindsay books there is no "Used with permission" with the
> reprint articles, it just gives the date for the original copyright and
> dates of the Magazine articles and a "Reprinted by Lindsay Publications Inc"
> so there isn't gonna be a problem. Their book doesn't even have a copyright
> on it, but scanning that would be unethical, since you can still purchase
> this book from them. With scanning these, like I said, there are many Tesla
> books I have with small articles from Electrical Experimenter with no "Used
> with permission" labels on any of them.
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> Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 10:58 AM
> Subject: Re: Tesla Coil Information and copyrights
> > Original poster: Ed Phillips <<mailto:evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> > "Hi Paul,
> > Good point, but I strongly suspect that the 1918 original editions
> > of
> > the magazine are no longer copyright protected. As to CSNs, the question
> > would be whether the edition from which they were scanned was still
> > protected. That is a much more likely possibility.
> > Matt D."
> > I suspect that a letter or phone call to Lindsay Publications could get
> > you info on the copyright for various Gernsbach publications, since he
> > has reprinted many. That's not at all a formal outfit and you should be
> > able to talk freely with someone there.
> > Ed
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