Subject: Re: On illegal software in an academic assignment ..
From: Kevin Bartczak (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 15 2005 - 21:26:21 EST
I think a lesson we can all agree upon leaning through these discussions is
that stealing software is like not returning books to the library. Others
suffer, and there will be fines to pay.
On 11/15/05, sylvi macCormac <macCormac@shaw.ca> wrote:
> are you proposing - an academic assignment on illegal software ? what
> are academic folks dis.cussing on CEC conpherence ? it might be an
> interesting sojourn through th library research, to write thesis. title
> " illegal software in academic assignments " ? is th pen illegal if
> stolen or only words & ideas that carry them ? if you steal th pen and
> don't fess up and at least pay later once your kid bro / sis have
> finished borrowing then then how will your tea be with your karma ?
> What's th point o stealing hockey gear if you're playing for th team ?
> i still say stealing software, would be like stealing chords or melodies
> without acknowledging th source. pathetique ? conrete ? wouldn't ee
> cummings have a romp with academique terms ? especially th soundscape.
> which goes to say Soundscape is Xtremely full of Context, whether it be
> th birds singing in th silence or th truck / huricane sending your house
> Owen Green wrote:
> > Rick wrote:
> > > Actually I have a simple question from a not-yet-coder not-yet
> > decided
> > > on which to take up.
> > Learn C anyway, it's not hard and is
> which goes to say ... or do you mean it is as hard & difficult as a
> learning curve can go with ravines along th way ? o to ascend dat
> mountain pass / curve ;-)
> 2 peas in an iPod ... ? .. how many peas (ad infinitum ? ) can you fit
> into a multichannel interactive We-Pod ?
> best, sylvi macCormac
> http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
> siwash rock & soundscape composition
> pt tool box (tm) / audio box 8 channel (tm)
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