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"If I take care of the world, the world will take care of me."
I think Buckminister Fuller may have said something like this, and if you
know the original reference for this quote, please let me know. What this
means is that I'm very lenient about giving permission to copy my works.
Indeed, I would like to be as generous
as Paul Erdos.
Copyrights are required for book production in the United States. In my
case, any properly footnoted quotation of up to 500 sequential words may
be used without permission, as long as the total number of words quoted
does not exceed 2000. For longer quotations or for a greater number of words
quoted, please fill out the permissions form below and send to my address
below or e-mail to:
Mr. Duen Hsi Yen
1255 Nuuanu Ave. E2315
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817-4012
Dear Mr. Yen:
I am writing to obtain permission to use the following material from one
of your World Wide Web pages, as specified below:
Date of last revision:_________________________________________
I wish to use this material in the following work:
Proposed date of publication: _________________________________
Estimated number of copies to be initially printed__________________
Estimated fee I wish to pay: __________________________________
I am requesting nonexclusive world rights to use this material as part of
my above specified work, and for all editions and future revisions. I will
accompany your material, on publication, by the following copyright notice:
"Copyright Insert revision year of URL: ________ Duen Hsi Yen.
All rights reserved. First published on the World Wide Web."
Thank you and aloha,
Telephone number: ______________________
E-mail address: _________________________
Last updated 23 April 1999
1997-9 by Duen
Hsi Yen, All rights reserved.
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