More on manuals plus rescue
dseagrav at lunar-tokyo.net
Thu Aug 20 01:37:33 CDT 2015
On Wed, 19 Aug 2015, Sean Caron wrote:
> At what point should historic preservationists be concerned with preserving
> someone else's obsolescent business model?
At the point when those "obsolescent" businesses have lawyers that can put
you in prison and/or take away everything you've ever worked for in the
past and will work for in the future. Getting charged/sued is not exactly
conducive to preservation either. You're either a threat to their business
or not, and unless you have the financial and political connections to
defend yourself in court it's in your best interest to know your place.
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