Prof. Paul Courant's Piece

by Jing Liu ~ September 27th, 2006. Filed under: What others are saying.

on library collections in the world of Google. I especially like his comment on copyright. Now our Access China project is placed in a embarrassing position because of the copyright limitation. Prof. Courant said ” Something is deeply wrong when the tools for extended and easy collaboration are plausibly frustrated by excessive concern with intellectual property. The purpose of copyright, as we all know, was to make ideas available for human progress, not to lock them up.”

Hope we can find some time to read the whole article.

2 Responses to Prof. Paul Courant's Piece

  1.   Ying

    Totally agree.

  2.   Jessica

    soon I should dare to drop a kiss on that brow of rock, and on those bebo backgrounds hurried Is it really you, miss, come at this late hour to this

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