Copyright, attribution and fair-use considerations are foremost
please contact us if you feel we’ve transgressed anywhere
This iteration of 250 textbooks a use-case scenario to demonstrate its potential and invite comments and feedback.
We’re working on the best way to incorporate links particularly wrt making the site epub friendly and including original references in a useful unobtrusive and acceptable way that encourages and directs the user towards the original source without stealing content or bandwidth
the starting point for the latest incarnation of this project was my own personal collection of scanned downloaded and clipped articles books and sites – plus other stuff naively included simply as “placeholder material” – I’m working my way through the site removing any material that clearly belongs to others or making the better pages “private” until permissions are obtained or the material is made more generic
please accept our apologies and contact us if anything slips through the net – we can see which pages are viewed each day and are concentrating our clean up operation on these
the site’s current revision/incarnation as mainly a collection of links is/was informed by copyright/plagiarism/bandwidth-theft considerations but the evolving value proposition seems in our humble opinion to offer something of great value.
Nevermind we hope 250 Textbooks to be more than a collection of links and other peoples videos as is (hopefully) already apparent on many of the 2750 pages
Fair use Doctrine
1 The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes
2 The nature of the copyrighted work
3 The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole
4 The effect of the use upon the potential market for, or value of, the copyrighted work
Links – Inline / Hotlinks / Downloads / Embedding
Youtube and Youtube pirated