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Re: profit

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Wed, 21 Apr 1999 01:45:51 EDT

In a message dated 4/20/99 1:23:37 PM EST, smhause writes:

<< Subj: RE: profit
Date: 4/20/99 1:23:37 PM EST
From: smhause (Sharon Hause)

There is an enormous difference between research and reweaving and adding to
the stock of knowledge, and taking other peoples ideas and selling them as
ones own.
This whitewash won't wash.

Authors research ideas for publication.
They put it all together...
They publish it.
They profit from it.

Teachers research ideas for lessons.
They put it all together....
They demonstrate it.
They profit from what the students create and earn a salary.

Students brainstorm ideas for art work.
They put it all together...
They create it.
They profit from what they have learned and created.

Aren't we all profiting from each other in some way? I
personally don't care if it's monetary, spiritually, or
professionally, or creatively.