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  • William Haskins
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    oh for the love of god....

    it means that i'm giving credit where credit is due, since there's no direct link to this material on his website.

    i've deleted it in the original post.

    please select 'a dialogue on dialogue' from the listing if you'd like to read it, using this link:

    www.jamesscottbell.com/tips.html

    also, here's a link to the wonderful book 'free culture', made available on the net for free (gasp!) by lawrence lessig, much to the chagrin of penguin publishing, i'd imagine.

    www.free-culture.cc/freeculture.pdf

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  • Bill Marquardt
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    Yes, I too am curious. What do the words. "" mean to you as a writer?

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  • A Pathetic Writer
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    Haskins, you know better than to "authorized" a story.

    Link and synopsis, please.

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  • sarajb
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    :lol Good stuff, william. It covers a lot of ground in the best possible way.

    (please note, I kept this dialogue brief and to the point)

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  • William Haskins
    Guest started a topic a dialogue on dialogue

    a dialogue on dialogue

    :rolleyes
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