i18n@... wrote:
> Peter T. Daniels wrote:

> > the paper it isn't printed on. (Especially when said individual was not
> > familiar with the phrase "work for hire.")
> Said individual is plenty familiar with "work for hire", and some of the
> subtleties involve in it - which you seem not to be, feeling "work for
> hire" and a copyright notation in a book are sufficient information
> about the state of a series of contracts regarding intellectual property
> to make a financial decision on. Sheesh.

Any such decisions are your pipe dream, not mine.

> Instead of putting words in my mouth about not being familiar with a
> term, be a man and quote me on it.

I delete postings after I read them.

If it wasn't you who said he didn't know what it meant, who was it?
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...