by all means use full lyrics.
As far as I am concerned, you are free to use anything I write any way you wish as long as I get attribution (though I don't even care that much about that). My lyrics have been online since they were on the Arpanet.
I'd rather see specific citations than grant blanket permission, if that's okay with you. I don't think there's anything I would refuse to permit, but I'd like to see what you have in mind.
> > Hello! > Love the clown site. I am a web site maintainer (The Annotated Grateful > Dead Lyrics), and would like to request permission to use an image from > your site, of Lou Jacobs. He is being mentioned in my annotations, and > whenever possible I like to include pictures. > The URL of your image is: > http://www.webdom.com/chof/louj256.gif > I would download the image to my own directory, rather than linking to > your image, unless you prefer the reverse.
You have permission to use the image. Please do not sell it. It can be used for personal use. Thanks for the compliments. I am a volunteer helping out the Clown Hall of Fame and learning more everyday about website development. Check back for more images and other fun stuff.
Bert "Billy Bo" Berger
2200 Glen Cove ln
Brookfield WI 53005
No, I have no problem with the link. Thanks for the kind words ... putting some effort into setting up such a page is made worthwhile when folks enjoy it!
[note: see under "The Wheel" for Chuck Doswell's amazing lightning photography!]
David - I don't mind at all. Best wishes. Paul Cary.
>Hadn't heard that, about Manson, but it's certainly interesting, and of
>course any interpretation is valid. Mind if I post it within the Mr.
>Charlie page credited to you? (Trying to get permission for everything I
>Thanks for the tip!
Paul Cary (216) 795-3114 Public Services Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org The Cleveland Institute of Music 11021 East Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44106 RTFM
On Wed, 10 May 1995 email@example.com wrote:
> I'd like to use a mermaid image on my page, perhaps, and am requesting > permission to download and post, with appropriate credit given, of course. > > Thanks for the good site! >Thank you. I'm glad its finally getting seen. By all means, feel free to use the image. I'm going to check out your site just as soon as I finish transmitting this.
-- Kurt Cagle
Please feel free to use my message on the Althea page. I'm happy to contribute.
Continued good luck on the project.
Yes, you may quote me. I'm flattered!
If you want, go ahead and quote....
permission granted for the specified purpose only
>I'd like to be able to use your comments made in the "Row Jimmy" discussion on Deadlit in my annotations of that song
Sure, no problem. And thanks for the pointer to your site--excellent.
BTW, you can link my name to http://www.hooked.net/users/dd/ where I have a (token) page.
=============================== David Dalto http://www.hooked.net/users/dd/ ===============================
Sure you can quote away.. good luck have seen the page and its very good.
Permission granted (Re:Row Jimmy)
ok..sure. What did I say about it..It's been a long time.
You have my permission :) this sounds so official-like. Wow. Yeah, that's no problem...I can't wait to see the pages!
Peace and love
Sure, feel free to use it. And thanks for asking. When will your web site be available? I'm just getting into the web so I look forward to seeing it...
oh right..I remember now. Sure go ahead and use it..True story!!
No problem. Thanks for the compliment. Sounds like a great project. Please let me know how I can get to it to see the whole thing when it's done. Thanks, Julie
Sure, go ahead and post 'em.
Like Jerry says: I had fun making them, they're yours now as long as nobody tries to make any money off'em.
>Hello, Andrew! > >Your wonderful piece on Franklin's Tower is legendary, and has been >re-posted willy-nilly all over Grateful Dead net-land, but I'd like to >ask permission to post it within my Annotated Grateful Dead WWW pages. I'd be honored. > >The URL, if you'd like to look at it, is: >http://www.uccs.edu/~ddodd/gdhome.html Thanks, I'll take a look. -Andrew
I'd be flattered!
Stay in touch,