Vernon Documentary

Addresses new and interesting links to other sites (not listed on the Genii website) that merit attention.

Postby Evan Shuster » 09/25/12 09:38 PM

Not necessarily new, and sorry to double post if this has, in fact, already been posted, but my initial search didn't reveal anything and, frankly, I enjoyed the video. It excites the heck out of me, thinking about the upcoming Giobbi lecture in Orlando. If you haven't already registered for the Genii Birthday Bash... boy, you are missing the boat!!
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Postby mrgoat » 09/26/12 04:06 AM

You do realise that is a pirated copy of David Ben's work right?
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Postby PickaCard » 09/26/12 08:20 AM

Where can I purchase a copy? If it is no longer available for sale, then it's a good thing it's on youtube for research purposes.
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Postby mrgoat » 09/26/12 08:32 AM

PickaCard wrote:Where can I purchase a copy? If it is no longer available for sale, then it's a good thing it's on youtube for research purposes.


Maybe if it was your material being pirated you wouldn't feel the same?

Not sure if it is still for sale, maybe Mr Ben can advice us if he reads this. Either way, just because something is OOP doesn't make it OK to steal it. IMHO.
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Postby erdnasephile » 09/26/12 08:41 AM

I purchased it last year second hand and paid good money for it. I wasn't real happy to see it pirated on youtube.
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Postby Evan Shuster » 09/26/12 09:07 AM

mrgoat wrote:You do realise that is a pirated copy of David Ben's work right?


Ouch! I didn't then, but I do now. Link removed. Thanks for the heads up.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 09/26/12 09:26 AM

The VHS comes up on ebaY every so often.
Posting a notice that you'd like to buy the item could get you some productive dialog.
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Postby Ian Kendall » 09/26/12 11:40 AM

I have the VHS, which I transferred to DVD a few years ago when I was converting my old tapes. I wonder if it would be ethical to sell the VHS with the DVD, so that it can be watched...
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Postby mrgoat » 09/26/12 11:49 AM

Ian Kendall wrote:I have the VHS, which I transferred to DVD a few years ago when I was converting my old tapes. I wonder if it would be ethical to sell the VHS with the DVD, so that it can be watched...


I think so. In the US making a back up like that is perfectly legal, in the UK, not so much. But as far as ethics go, I feel that'd be OK.
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