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Fwd: Hosta Library

>Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 22:04:00 -0500
>To: nise@onelist.com
>From: WiN <raffi@sympatico.ca>
>Subject: Fwd: Hosta Library
>Jim Anderson & Jim'bo Hawes ...first the latter ***ALL PLEASE NOTE*** 
>(James Hawes) has a new Internet Address <hawesj@atlantic.net>
>Now Doc Anderson ...and all reading this.
>***REGARDING*** ...the matter pertaining to digital images being taken 
>from Web Sites, being distributed through various groups; and so on and so 
>from same to use it?
>               Some folks here ain't gonna like this one bit ...probably? 
> ...but here is exactly the way I see it personally:  [IMHO] and TO WHIT --
>-->> There are probably a few thousand images in my hard drives, since we 
>have been running pixlist for a few years now; and probably, thousands 
>more have been trashed as garbage testing trials!  Now? ..Those digital 
>images, which have printing on them (or hidden watermarks) as to their 
>ownership, I can respect and willl not infringe upon same to use them, 
>without owners permission, if I felt I wanted to use them?
>-->>  To those whom do not wish anyone else to use their pix; I can only 
>suggest, that they learn the art of imprinting and/or watermarking their 
>images and/or not post same via Internet to start with!!!
>-->>  Further to this, most transmissions we send out via 
>"hostapix@onelist.com" (containing digi-pix) are merely intended as 
>personal evaluations of certain hosta cultivars/types; other shade 
>tolerant species and what-have-you/whatever?
>-->> Personally, as list-owner of "hostapix@onelist.com" I do not give a 
>flying f&^% what the receivers of same do with them? ...and I believe --
>BEING THIS OPEN-MINDED!!! ..on this topic??? ...means DO WHAT U WANT!!!
>ain't NO RULES HERE??? <g>
>When someone sends out a digital image; I think this is called 
>SHARING?  If, there are limitations, like for example the courtesy of 
>asking permission to use a pix? --  "How in the hell are we supposed to 
>know whose image it was originally, in the first place -- without any 
>printing or watermarking on same"?  Let's get with the program :(( huh?
>Fact remains ***EVERYONE!!! ..PLEASE DO AS U PLEASE???***...with whatever 
>image you please??? ...that is, unless it displays it's ownership <lol>...
>and I hope I've made myself clear enough ...on my views about taking 
>digi-pix  from Internet/Websites, via computers?
>Hosta'lly yours WiN = William Nash
>LIST-OWNER OF "nise & hostapix@onelist.com"
>ps to all...Any image I've ever sent out, and/or any image coming through 
>hostapix -- is yours to do with as you please -- as I see it personally; 
>and I don't really understand what the big hullabulloo is all about to 
>start with & anyway, since as Ransom Lydell wrote "U want pix kept to 
>yourself? ...don't send em out"!  I will go a step further from what Ranbo 
>said -->> "Don't forget to write into your last will & testament!! ...that 
>they go down with you? ..else somebody else might see em??? <<*really 
>laughing out loud*>>
><<=== in response to original email below ====>
>>Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 15:52:51 -0500
>>From: "James M. Anderson" <James@WinterberryFarms.com>
>>Subject: Hosta Library
>>To: raffi@sympatico.ca
>>Reply-to: "James M. Anderson" <James@WinterberryFarms.com>
>>Organization: Winterbery Farms Tissue Culture
>>X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.00.2314.1300
>>We have been linking our site (WinterberryFarms.com) to the pictures in 
>>the Hosta Library.  From the controversy that has occurred in the Robins, 
>>I think it is better that I get permission from the picture owners to 
>>make these links.
>>Originally, Bob and I felt that because I link to the whole page, not 
>>just the picture on the page, that it was good advertising for the Hosta 
>>Library.  The picture owner, is obviously credited by linking to the 
>>whole page.  However, I do no want to use your pictures, by the links, if 
>>you do not want me to.  I would appreciate your permission to make the 
>>links to your pictures in the Hosta Library.  I do not copy the pictures 
>>in any way, just provide links.  We are wholesale only, so we do not 
>>compete with any Retail nursery (I would hope to provide tissue cultured 
>>plants to all such nurseries).
>>Jim Anderson
>>Winterberry Farms Tissue Culture

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