THe XMCA seems to be down at present, but when it is accessible we will
figure out which article will be made available by Erlbaum, e.g. the winner
of the vote. Then we can decide later if we want to discuss the runnerup.
All warrant discussion, but that seems an unlikely event.
Jim-- Are you volunteering to lead one of these discussions? That would be
All-- Next week we will post the abstracts for the coming issue of MCA and a
new votinig process will begin.
On 10/19/05, Jim Rogers <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just happen to have the articles sitting on my hard drive in pdf
> format (all of them except for the Hyysalo article) and would be happy
> to forward one or all to anyone interested. Please e-mail me directly
> at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send them off. I'm no supreme court
> justice nominee but there must be some interpretation of fair use laws
> which make this legal (of course I'll leave it to the receiver to
> destroy their copy after reading it).
> Mike Cole wrote:
> >yes, don. lets spread the bytes.
> >On 10/17/05, Cunningham, Donald J. <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>Dear Phil (and all),
> >>As one blessed with access to many on-line versions of journals through
> >>university, I think I could arrange for our local wizard to forward
> >>of articles to those without such access. It would be a small act of
> >>disobedience in support of open access......djc
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
> >>Behalf Of Phil Chappell
> >>Sent: Monday, October 17, 2005 9:48 AM
> >>To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
> >>Subject: Re: [xmca] Vote now and check the map!
> >>I wouldn't feel so greedy if the subsidy for financially
> >>disadvantaged countries was going anywhere - I'd love them all.
> >>On 17/10/2005, at 9:42 PM, David Preiss wrote:
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