I don't think this will be a problem.

previous authors of the newsletter used this list for ideas.

I can't count the number of times a large thread on the list would go back
and forth, talking about a specific problem/solution, and the next tips
newsletter would have boiled the whole thing down to clean questions,
answers and tested code.

I'm sure Scott won't be 'quoting' anything from the list - just using it
for ideas.  :)

Rick

>I'm not trying to cause trouble here, but on this page
>http://www.midrange.com/info_copyright.htm , David has copyrighted all
>information in the Midrange lists.
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>So:
>1) I would *not* republish anything from any of the Midrange.com lists
>without his express written permission to do so, and when republishing I
>would attribute it to the appropriate Midrange list.
>
>and
>
>2) In *any* case, I would not republish anything from the midrange lists
to
>any newletter that requires a premium (paid) membership to view.




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