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In a message dated 6/14/02 7:56:13 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: >don't wish to get into the profile swapping debate, but... > > > >quite a few companies (John Cone etc) give away profiles for free... so >are they breaking the law? > Cone is licensed to provide such services, but I have run into others who were not... > >been on this list for over a year, and it has always struck me as odd that >people don't swap some of the most standard profiles for free. Lots of >us must be using Gen4 on a 1280/ 1290, with Epson Archival Matt, or Hannemule. >so why not exchange them? it makes a lot of sense... > So does buying one copy of Photoshop and making copies for all the rest of us; and do you have the latest U2 album, while we're at it? > >there are still many people who want their own unique profiles for their >own specific machines, so nobody needs worry about their business model >being too affected, surely? > I believe that was the logic that Napster used... > >can't we can exchange basic profiles between ourselves without all this >angst? Depends where your angst line is drawn... C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.