Next time please post the essence of the text; the above pointerWilliam said:
Thanks Bill!William said:
Bug Me Not is your friend, and if you use Firefox, you canRick said:William Brenner wrote:
Next time please post the essence of the text; the above pointer
requires registration, and some people don't want to do that.
Actually, the part of the suggestion I was seconding wasNo one forces you to register. I am at NY Times, and many
other sites. I think they have a right to ask for this for a
so. But please don't blame the OP. At one time, I posted the full textSecondly. Those who choose to not register are perfectly free to not do
concerns itself with the article content.Thirdly. As of this writing, there are seven responses. Not one of them
article then the poster's summary. There are copyright issuesI disagree that these are equivalent. I would rather see the full news
registration, even if it is free. There are times when I decide thatI understand you object to (some?) newspaper Web sites that require
If you feel compelled to post the essence of the article
I'm the reverse, I rather see the poster's comments on theVictor said:I would rather see the full news
article then the poster's summary.
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