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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...opyright law creates a limitation on exclusive rights for reproductions by libraries and archives of works during the last 20 years of any term of cop... ...re that older works are commercialized or made available to the public via libraries and archives to the greatest extent possible. I note that other c... ...imal monetary award for each work, would, in their view, be prohibitive. Libraries and archives made similar observations, given their desire to ma... ... ON ORPHAN WORKS finding. Our discussions with museums, universities and libraries indicated that in many orphan works situations a low or zero roy... ...tellectual Property Law Clinic, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and Arts, National Humanities Alliance); • illustrators (e.g., Graphic Artists Guil... ... of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Arts Foundation, IFP-New York, National Alliance for Media, Arts and Culture, National Video Resources); ... ...(e.g., Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Independent, National Video Resources, Film Arts Foundation); • film studios (e.g., ... ...ards); Miller (573) (various ephemera of local interest). 37 See, e.g., National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine (654) (describi... ... and manuscripts of a French female composer; after contacting the French National Library and SACEM, the French collective rights administration or...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...opyright law creates a limitation on exclusive rights for reproductions by libraries and archives of works during the last 20 years of any term of cop... ...re that older works are commercialized or made available to the public via libraries and archives to the greatest extent possible. I note that other c... ...imal monetary award for each work, would, in their view, be prohibitive. Libraries and archives made similar observations, given their desire to ma... ... ON ORPHAN WORKS finding. Our discussions with museums, universities and libraries indicated that in many orphan works situations a low or zero roy... ...tellectual Property Law Clinic, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and Arts, National Humanities Alliance); • illustrators (e.g., Graphic Artists Guil... ... of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Arts Foundation, IFP-New York, National Alliance for Media, Arts and Culture, National Video Resources); ... ...(e.g., Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Independent, National Video Resources, Film Arts Foundation); • film studios (e.g., ... ...ards); Miller (573) (various ephemera of local interest). 37 See, e.g., National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine (654) (describi... ... and manuscripts of a French female composer; after contacting the French National Library and SACEM, the French collective rights administration or...

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The COUNTER Code of Practice

By: COUNTER

...n of Learned & Professional Society Publishers ARL, Association of Research Libraries ASA, Association of Subscription Agents and Intermediaries BIC/E... ...Intermediaries BIC/EDItEUR JISC, Joint Information Systems Committee NCLIS, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science NISO, National In... ...EUR JISC, Joint Information Systems Committee NCLIS, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science NISO, National Information Standards Org... ...nal and Society Publishing Division ACRL, Association of College & Research Libraries AIP, American Institute of Physics ALPSP, The Association of Lea... ...n of Learned & Professional Society Publishers ARL, Association of Research Libraries ASA, Association of Subscription Agents and Intermediaries Atypo... ...ithout permission, except to the consortium administrators and other member libraries. Use of institutional or consortium data as part of an aggregate...

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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...g beneath the surface. Therefore, whether I find craftsmanship and beauty in libraries or art museums, engagements with pen or with brush, there are w... ...ood when critiquing a submission. Should you become a member of local and/or national writing organizations? Y es. But, again, join a group that can f... ...spiring messages, traveling to local churches and long distances to speak at national conferences, but do not have love...I haven’t gained a thing. Lo... ... Ecclesiastes 12:11-12 (NKJV) G racious! Look at all the books we have. Our libraries, offices, churches, school houses and homes are loaded with the... ...til I received fifty rejections. The first article I wrote was accepted by a national magazine. They even purchased pictures from me to go with the ar... ...n 174 1999. Today I have 2-1/2 million books in print, some having received national awards. Some of my books have been translated into nineteen fore... ...y Juno Books in 2007. Cathy Messecar , author, is a newspaper columnist and national speaker, residing on Leaning Tree Acres Farm with her husband, ...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...y sets in a library overlap. In principle a neural network can estimate these libraries of fuzzy sets. In practice this is usually unnecessary. The ... ...a. In principle, learning can modify other FAM system components, such as the libraries of fuzzy sets or the FAM-rule weights w i . In the followin... ...nt of Populations and the Spread of HIV-1 and HIV- 2 Infections. Proc. of the National Academy of Sciences USA, Vol. 91, 2407-2414. 95. Rama Meht... ...cietal Violence on Women and Children in Prostitution (1996), A Report by the National Commission for Women, NCW, New Delhi. 118. Sowell, R. L. ... ... (2003) Study of HIV/AIDS Patients using RTD Matrices. Paper presented at the National Symposium on Mathematical Methods and Applications, held at ... ...s in Tamil Nadu as a high risk group to HIV/AIDS – A BAM model, Proc. of the National Seminar on Graph Theory and Fuzzy Mathematics, August 28-30, ... ...ed. Apart from this, she and her students have presented around 329 papers in national and international conferences. She teaches both undergraduate...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...power comes upon the prophetic stage with its proper emblem, acting in its own separate nationality. And it is further manifest from the narration of... ...ophecies indeed included, but they included more; the captivity in Babylon being to the national Coming of Messiah Vol. 1 Irving: Preliminary Disco... ...tisement; but chiefly so, as it afforded a language of facts, in which to express their national captivity to this day, and in which also to express ... ... perfection of Christian doctrine, must be known and interpreted; the experience of the national church of Israel must be brought forward for the in... ...t doth in the ii. Acts interpret it,) and of the star to the wise men, and of the great national counsel when they were called together by Herod, of... ... for two or three thousand years, let authorities be cited by the thousand from all the libraries in the world, still I am right in maintaining my co... ...s set forth to us upon the text of St. Paul, whereof we are speaking; and, however many libraries you may visit, rest assured, my friend, you shall ...

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The World's Library 2014

By: World Public Library

...the role that the library has played. Any city that has had a great impact on learning has had a great library behind it, fueling that learning. Libraries date back to 1900 BC in the Sumerian city of Nippur. Nippur’s library held tens of thousands of inscribed clay tablets. These tablets themselves dated as far back as 2600 BC and included mathematical tables and alma...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...t Present Evils Mr. Iloiiior Fulks of New York oity, viooohairinuii of thn National Child Labor o(jMiinitleo, addreBHed tlio Good Governmen t club in ... ...Next Door to Watson's N. H. SANFORD, Proprietor Spring Street WILLIAMSTOWN National Bank Capital, --•... 150,000 Surplus and Net Profits, ij.ocxj Usua... ...Next Door to Watson's N. H. SANFORD, Proprietor Spring Street WILLIAMSTOWN National Bank Capital, ^50,000 Surplus and Net Profits, 15,000 Usual bankin... ...rvice promised in every respect. Tblephonb 45-3 Spring Strebt Williaustowk National Champions Continued from piigu 1, col. 4 Y. M. C. A. was overwliel... ...Next Door to Watson's N. H. SANFORD, Proprietor Spring Street WILLIAMSTOWN National Bank Capital, $50,000 Surplus and Net Profits, 15,000 Usual bankin... .... ' " Williams now has in its possession one of the most comiilete college libraries in the country on entoinolgy. For many years Mr. Soudder was edit... ...acation, and will spend most of his time in estab- lishing the four branch libraries in the new seminar room in Good- rich Hall. Dr. Carter expects to... ...ing the departments not already pro vided for by referenoe rooms or branch libraries; the administra- tion of the room has, by a similar action, been ...

...ountry. The newspaper does not receive financial support from the college or from the student government and relies on revenue generated by local and national ad sales, subscriptions, and voluntary contributions for use of its website. Both Sawyer Library and the College Archives maintain more than a century's worth of publicly accessible, bound volumes of the Record. The ...

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Read it Loud: One-page Stories

By: Read it Loud

... higher reading, spelling and IQ scores. Page 2 of 2 - 9/7/2011 THE NATIONAL AWARENESS-BUILDING CAMPAIGN: THE GOAL: Signed promises from at le... ...NCENTIVES FOR SIGNING THE PROMISE:  Free and discounted books via local libraries, local literacy groups and RIL Partners (e.g. National Alliance ... ...d books via local libraries, local literacy groups and RIL Partners (e.g. National Alliance of Resident Services, American Reading Company, eBay, Chi... ...g readiness tests, recommended reading lists and a wide- variety of local, national and online resources and programs to help parents.  Discount cou... ... FOR THE BOOK (Library of Congress) – Affiliate centers in the 50 states, national network of more than 80 reading promotion partners (non-profits),... ...RADE LEVEL READING – A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation.  PUBLIC LIBRARIES – 50,000 public libraries and 50,000 affiliates.  AMERICAN LIBR... ...  AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION – 65,000 librarians and private/education libraries.  CHILDREN’S BOOK COUNCIL/EVERY CHILD A READER – all major pub... ... illustrators; ABA’s independent booksellers; wholesale distributors and national book chains.  NEMOURS BRIGHTSTART! (leading pediatric health sy...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...s were junked before 2000. 19. Free Self-Learning Laboratories. Public libraries give the ordinary citizen access to reading material previously a... ... 1998. Freshwater sands were discovered later on the salt sea‘s bottom by National Geographic expeditions led by Robert Ballard, famed for his recov... ... (Professor Hart points out that paper‘s low cost made it possible for libraries not only to afford to stack more books but also to produce inexp... ...the very wealthy could afford them. Books were still so precious that libraries linked them to desks with metal chains to prevent theft. One had... ...from place to place in search of manuscripts they might copy in scattered libraries could now afford to have copies of books sent to them. Before... ... at all. By the fourteenth century, a patriotic desire for a complete national Bible had arisen. “Poor priests” followed Wycliffe Foremost am... ...er printed, generated ―the germs of that opinion which … made Henry V the national hero and the struggle of Lancaster and York the theme of a nation... ...otype came into use. That number continued to grow for decades. Pioneer national printers union was powerful Ironically, although two compositor... ... a limit on the maximum output per man per day. The ITU was the oldest national organizer of American labor. No other union managed so quickly an...

...till set 80 percent of the world’s text, most of those once-wondrous machines were junked before 2000. -- 19. Free Self-Learning Laboratories.-Public libraries give the ordinary citizen access to reading material previously available only to the most elite. Advances in literacy and self-education lead to a ?Scientific Revolution.? -- 20. Linotype‘s Digital Demise-Smoke and...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...opyright law creates a limitation on exclusive rights for reproductions by libraries and archives of works during the last 20 years of any term of cop... ...re that older works are commercialized or made available to the public via libraries and archives to the greatest extent possible. I note that other c... ...imal monetary award for each work, would, in their view, be prohibitive. Libraries and archives made similar observations, given their desire to ma... ... ON ORPHAN WORKS finding. Our discussions with museums, universities and libraries indicated that in many orphan works situations a low or zero roy... ...tellectual Property Law Clinic, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and Arts, National Humanities Alliance); • illustrators (e.g., Graphic Artists Guil... ... of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Arts Foundation, IFP-New York, National Alliance for Media, Arts and Culture, National Video Resources); ... ...(e.g., Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Film Independent, National Video Resources, Film Arts Foundation); • film studios (e.g., ... ...ards); Miller (573) (various ephemera of local interest). 37 See, e.g., National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine (654) (describi... ... and manuscripts of a French female composer; after contacting the French National Library and SACEM, the French collective rights administration or...

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History of the Hawaiian Kingdom Vol. 1

By: Ralph S. Kuykendall

...sible, particularly of documents which shed new light on the history of the islands. For this purpose, extensive research has been carried on in the national archives of the United States, Great Britain, and France, and minor investigations have been made in the archives of Belgium and Mexico and in a number of libraries and collections in the United States. Many thousan...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...s were junked before 2000. 19. Free Self-Learning Laboratories. Public libraries give the ordinary citizen access to reading material previously a... ... 1998. Freshwater sands were discovered later on the salt sea‘s bottom by National Geographic expeditions led by Robert Ballard, famed for his recov... ... (Professor Hart points out that paper‘s low cost made it possible for libraries not only to afford to stack more books but also to produce inexp... ...d the very wealthy could afford them. Books were still so precious that libraries linked them to desks with metal chains to prevent theft. One had... ...from place to place in search of manuscripts they might copy in scattered libraries could now afford to have copies of books sent to them. Before ... ...ed at all. By the fourteenth century, a patriotic desire for a complete national Bible had arisen. “Poor priests” followed Wycliffe Foremost amon... ...er printed, generated ―the germs of that opinion which … made Henry V the national hero and the struggle of Lancaster and York the theme of a nation... ...otype came into use. That number continued to grow for decades. Pioneer national printers union was powerful Ironically, although two compositors ... ...d a limit on the maximum output per man per day. The ITU was the oldest national organizer of American labor. No other union managed so quickly an...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

.................................................... 163 BUDGET DEFICITS AND NATIONAL DEBTS ............................................................... ...ch inabilities be partly responsible for America‘s voting preferences for national offices? ―Is this the reason that President George W. Bus... ...your children will be saddled with huge taxes to help pay off the immense national debt that resulted from your under-taxation, would you vote for t... ... but foreign policy is a different animal. Can we really believe that any national leaders really believe their religions‘ founders if they don‘t pr... ...inking. In The Age of Reason he wrote ‗My own mind is my own church. All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, ap... ...a recession hits, tax revenues dry up and programs are cut or reduced. Cut libraries. Who really needs to know how to read or think. Cut schools for ...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...tion, disturbance, drugs, violence or aggression witnessed by him, to social or to national conflict, to elation and even to sexual excitation. The... ...naciously, through countless generations, their language, habits, creed, dress, and national ethos. Only Jews become automatic citizens of Israel (t... ...ary. It is elitist. But Zionism has always regarded itself as both a (19th century) national movement and a (colonial) civilizing force. Nationalist... ...nism to racism. The Jewish Response: Zionism is undoubtedly a typical 19th century national movement, promoting the interests of an ethnically- hom... ...ent anti- Arab racism. The Jewish Response: East European Jews were no doubt more nationalistic and etatist than the West European visionaries who... ... move about. The miniaturization of storage devices will permit them to carry whole libraries of data and entertainment in their suitcase or backpac... ...ble order, classification, or categorization. Amazingly, as opposed to "classical" libraries, no one has yet invented a (sorely needed) Internet ca... ...ers will be akin to catalogues, very much like the applications used in modern day libraries. Compare this utopia to the current dystopy. Users str... ...or "Just in Time Information". The Library of Congress - together with a few other libraries - is in the process of making just such a service avai...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...tion, disturbance, drugs, violence or aggression witnessed by him, to social or to national conflict, to elation and even to sexual excitation. The... ...naciously, through countless generations, their language, habits, creed, dress, and national ethos. Only Jews become automatic citizens of Israel (t... ...ary. It is elitist. But Zionism has always regarded itself as both a (19th century) national movement and a (colonial) civilizing force. Nationalist... ...nism to racism. The Jewish Response: Zionism is undoubtedly a typical 19th century national movement, promoting the interests of an ethnically- hom... ...ent anti- Arab racism. The Jewish Response: East European Jews were no doubt more nationalistic and etatist than the West European visionaries who... ... move about. The miniaturization of storage devices will permit them to carry whole libraries of data and entertainment in their suitcase or backpac... ...ble order, classification, or categorization. Amazingly, as opposed to "classical" libraries, no one has yet invented a (sorely needed) Internet ca... ...ers will be akin to catalogues, very much like the applications used in modern day libraries. Compare this utopia to the current dystopy. Users str... ...or "Just in Time Information". The Library of Congress - together with a few other libraries - is in the process of making just such a service avai...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...trons to e-books (i.e., the lending of e-books to multiple patrons). But, libraries are not only repositories of knowledge and community centres. Th... ...ers of e-books. Together with schools and other educational institutions, libraries can serve as decisive socialization agents and introduce generat... ... skyrocketed in the last few years, often way out of the limited means of libraries, universities, individual scientists and scholars. A "scholarly d... ...en to live lectures rather than read freely available online transcripts. Libraries buy print journals even when they have subscribed to the full tex... ... the ARPANET. Other government departments joined the fray, headed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) which withdrew only lately from the Inte... ...ed in the USA in 1934. It was meant to transform radio frequencies into a national resource to be sold to the private sector which was supposed to us... ...ely. Resources which were considered "free", suddenly are transformed to "national treasures not to be dispensed with cheaply, casually and with fri... ...rivolity". It is conceivable that certain parts of the Internet will be "nationalized" (for instance, in the form of a licensing requirement) and t... ... publishers) get assigned an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) by national agencies. Periodical publications (magazines, newsletters, bulleti...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...as not long before we had surpassed both China and your country, where your national debt has engulfed your "huddled masses" while you taxed your wor... ... that license are that smoking related problems will not be covered by the national health insurance. So the various cancers that are tobacco related... ...or records that are downloaded in people‘s computers and sent daily to the National Health Registry. Factors such as overweight, cholesterol and oth... ...be responsible for themselves and pay for what they need. So while we have nationalized health insurance we don‘t have socialized medicine in which ... ...eve that he must be a responsible human. You can imagine that we keep the national actuaries busy sorting out the increased and decreased risks for... ...e of a sound work ethic. So we put our money into better education, better libraries, better parks and pools, and better musical productions of oper...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

... religion Buddhism of the village community 107 From local religion to national faith 107 * Temple monks 108 * Ordination of monks 110 Po... ...lopment has rendered locality, village and municipal communities, even the national state, old- fashioned; the Finnish elite is now integrating its co... ...ned outside local communities, now even nation states. In the delocal era, national culture superseded local communities, and in international competi... ...al culture superseded local communities, and in international competition, national economies have been continually forced to grow and centralize; the... ...ministrative and cultural technosystems that no longer adapt to a local or national environment, but the environment is adapted to suit their requirem... ...ing the international culture, for it to invest in information technology, libraries, sport and the arts and generally in areas that bring new creativ...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...astrophysics, and Harlan Onsrud in geospatial data. Paul Uhlir’s work at the National Academy of Sciences intro- duced me to many of these issues. The... ... biology and the human genome was supported in part by a CEER grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute and the Department of Energy (P5... ... appropriate culture to be produced this year, or turning the entire path of national innovation policy over to the government, intellectual property ... ...older—are called “orphan works.” They make up a huge percentage of our great libraries’ holdings. For example, scholars estimate that the majority of ... ...ult to know exactly who owns the copy- right (or copyrights) on a work, many libraries simply will not reproduce the material or make it available onl... ...... ..., though that brain has been dust for more than a century and a half. I love libraries. I love the mushroom smell of gently rotting paper, the flaky cr... ...nd utilitarian strands suffuse even “the sacred rights of authors.” So, on a national level, we have rejected or dramatically limited the natural righ... ...vers in a number of other countries, including Britain, concluded that their national patent systems were doomed. Various proposals were made to repla...

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