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Re: Marge's Suite101 topic was: Early germination, what to do?

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  • Subject: Re: [CHAT] Marge's Suite101 topic was: Early germination, what to do?
  • From: "Marge Talt" mtalt@hort.net
  • Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 17:28:08 -0500

Well, sort of a bummer, Jim;-)

Yup, Jim and Daryl, I do retain copyright.  The Suite has the right
to publish them online, but  I can have them republished anywhere;
the Suite always requested a tag on a repub.  I have always honored
this; not sure I will do in future.

If I ever get time to put them in to real HTML, Chris has offered to
host them on hort.net...time's the bugaboo here:-)  Couple of years
or so ago, I started putting together a Gardening in Shade website;
never got it done, of course...but one of these years I hope to and
have them all up there and a place to add more when I get time and
the urge.

Actually, it looks like they're still up on the Suite under 'retired
topics', which is all topics at this point....but they still live:) 
We have lost our access to our editing functions now, so guess
they're busy doin' whatever it is they're gonna do.

Seems like the big deal these days with web sites is to see how many
ads they can load up the pages with.  I know that can provide a
steady income stream and I don't object to them when they don't get
in the way of the content, which IMO, they were doing at the Suite. 
they had hideous bouncing ads and pop-unders - all stuff I abhor. 
Took the tone of the site to the cellar IMO.

Yes, Donna - have accepted it and am a bit relieved to be rid of that
responsibility.  Hate not being able to do what I have said I will
when I said I would, but sometimes life just don't let ya' get
there:-)  So not having to anymore is a load off my mind.

Well, bless your kind heart, Kitty.    You are right about needing to
get paid for what you do.  It's amazing how that pittance they
originally offered spurred one on to meet deadlines:-)  When that
ended, I must say I became less worried about hitting a specific

I truly enjoyed the writing - and as I said, learned a whale of a lot
doing it.  Hope to be able to get back to it one day in the not too
distant, as, like you, I think, I really love doing the research when
it's a topic I'm interested in.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Shadyside Garden Designs
> From: james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net>
> Bummer, Marge. But... do you own the property--articles, site
> etc--so you can move them to another site? Maybe start a shady
> blog and collect your own ad revenue? Seems to me that e-publishing
> such a free-for-all that it's a bit premature for site managers to 
> assume they can get rich by focusing their appeal in any
> way.
> From: Daryl <pulis@mindspring.com>
> Do you own your copy? (please say yes). If you only gave away
> you can gain from what looks like a mess.
> It would be a shame to let all of that hard work go to waste.
> Sounds like you accepted and are somewhat relieved
> that part of your life stress is over. Although the
> first few deadline times your body will probably go
> into hyper mode till it realizes you don't have to do
> that anymore <lol>
> I do agree that you learn a lot by doing articles.
> When I did a monthly newsletter for one of my groups,
> I was the one that really benefited from it with all
> the background knowledge... But I don't miss doing
> that either!
> Marge, as much as we love doing something, when push comes to
> most of us need a paycheck first. Even though this segment of your
> writing is over, it may be the thing in your portfolio that nets
you a
> new writing gig. And you are richer for having learned from your
> research. So are we, from your willingness to share.

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