What is so often forgotten when these little spats occur is that so many
lists are facilitated by institutions such as universities, who have rules
about usage and content. While lists might _seem_ to be free and
democratic places, they're really not and it's not too hard to see why when
one considers possible legal obligations for the institution that provides
the facilities for their existence.
This is neither an argument for nor against what Scott is doing. I simply
wish to remind you of a factor which we usually don't consider.
David Rodger: Audio Engineering; Pool Operations; Aquatics Training
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB: www.alphalink.com.au/~auricle
RESEARCH -- Motion Capture in Music -- farben.latrobe.edu.au/motion/
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"I'm concerned about reproduction above 20kHz, because I want to make
sure I'm not depriving my dog of a complete listening experience when
I leave the stereo on...." -- Matt Barstow