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A legal point of view is supporting Joyce's response. The corresponding
rules in most countries of Europe are meant as a protection of privacy. I
believe your charming requests might not be neglected.
Hi Mark, all I know which is published in German brochure is "Bauen mit
Ballen", an initiative of Harald Wedig (2 pictures from Catherine Wanek /
unfortunately it does not sell as expected and would deserve a push) and a
rather complete book from Astrid and Herbert Gruber "Bauen mit Stroh".
Herbert indeed took most pictures from Internet. Actually I persume you
might like each other if you would meet in person. He is one of the fully
dedicated sb-advocates and at this moment prepares the next straw bale
gathering in Europe together with Markus Piringer. This gathering will take
place between April 4 and 7 in Austria. More on this on Herberts website:
asbn austrian strawbale network http://www.baubiologie.at His E-Mail
Best wishes from the rainy - stormy North Sea coast at The Hague,
Van: GSBN [mailto:GSBN@...]Namens Mark Piepkorn
Verzonden: zondag 27 januari 2002 21:21
Onderwerp: Re: GSBN:copyright
Don't have the answers for Andre, though I am interested in
knowing what they are. If anybody replies offlist, please copy me.
Along those lines, there was a German book (I think it was German)
that came out a couple years ago - I saw somebody's copy at one of the
international meetings - and it contained a number of photos of mine,
uncredited, which the author evidently had taken off the web. I'm not upset
- but I've always wondered how I might get a copy of that book... and
better yet, if the authors might send me a free one in a goodwill gesture
of thanks for the use of the pictures. Anybody know who these folks are and
how to reach them?
At 05:40 AM 1/27/02, la-maison-en-paille.com@...:
>I have a question regarding copyright to those of you with publishing