[Taxacom] Botanical Plagiarism
jim.croft at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 19:35:18 CDT 2013
Well, you have better put it somewhere safe and secure this time. You
know, like a major national government institutional website in a
developed country with robust infrastructure, or something ... ;)
On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 8:15 AM, Arthur Chapman <taxacom3 at achapman.org> wrote:
> Way back when (1999 to be precise) I wrote a paper that was only
> published electronically and in a paper report, entitled "Intellectual
> Property Rights in a Digital World"
> Unfortunately - the Department I was working for at the time decided to
> change their web sightand it all disappeared - in spite of receiving a
> lot of support at the time.
> I have been able to find the paper on the Web Archives using the WayBack
> machine. Much of what I said there is very relevant to the current
> discussion. Unfortunately, many of the links within that paper are
> probably long gone, but the content is still relevant. For those
> interested- it can be seen at
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> Celebrating 26 years of Taxacom in 2013.
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