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Dec
19
comment How to publish public domain books?
@Chris if wanna publishing a UK work in the US, which copyright law should be followed (UK or US)?
Dec
18
comment How to publish public domain books?
very helpful chart. Since I was talking about publications before 1923, my path was quite short in the chart :-) Does it guarantee that text is actually in the public domain? Are there copyrighted books published prior 1923?
Aug
7
comment Where to find comparative information about publishers?
@Standback In fact, I address a problem that the public fame of publisher is very chancy, just depending what books we are aware of. In addition, I was unable to find the very basic information, even the number of books published.
Aug
3
comment Who is responsible for copyrighted materials (publisher or writer)?
@ErikSchmidt I want to generally know how much a publisher liability is limited. It is not only about the copyrighted materials but also the content. For example, there is a lawsuit for the content of a book , who will be responsible for "the breach of copyright".
Mar
29
comment Are there any syllable-counting applications for poety writing?
@Patches as I said these are just example. The best way is to write a simple script (e.g. in Perl). by one line command you can divide lines by "\n".
Mar
27
comment How to convert DOI to citation information
This is exactly what I was looking for.
Mar
27
comment How to convert DOI to citation information
@NeilFein I added more description of usefulness, and I also added more tags to assist people to find the question.
Mar
25
comment How to convert DOI to citation information
Thanks folks! Since the audience of this service will be writers, I thought it fits within the scope of SE Writers, and writers are interested in this issue.
Mar
24
comment How to convert DOI to citation information
dx.doi.org you can resolve each DOI like dx.doi.org/10.1007%2Fs11023-007-9060-8
Mar
22
comment What printing methods and quality can I expect of POD companies?
Thanks for sharing your invaluable experiences. This is what I wanted to know.
Mar
22
comment What printing methods and quality can I expect of POD companies?
@NeilFein I followed your advice. I hope to attract some informative answers.
Mar
22
comment What printing methods and quality can I expect of POD companies?
@LaurenIpsum you are quite right, I will edit it to clarify the question.