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  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    [quote user="Jeremy White"] But did you actually read the page you linked to? [/quote] Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 look, your post is full of generalities as well. You cannot with absolute certainty state that taking a Logos formatted book and compiling it in Sony format is either illegal or unethical. First
    Posted to Logos 4 by Valentin Suprun on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    What amazes me is that how quickly comments are maid about such a complex issue. Copyright law (as a whole) is very complex. First of all, even DMCA is arguably "infringing" on some fundamental "fair use" rights individuals have. I dont believe one can quote a couple of paragraphs of the license agreement (which by the way, does not supersede the law
    Posted to Logos 4 by Valentin Suprun on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    [quote user="Joe Miller"] What you did NOT purchase is the right to copy the book as many times as you want. [/quote] Wait a minute, now you are making illogical arguments. First of all, any user is entitled by law to make a BACKUP of the content he/she purchased. That is copy #1. Also, many e-books, MP3 files, etc. can be installed on a number of devices
    Posted to Logos 4 by Valentin Suprun on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • program settings on 2 computers - shared or unique

    I have 2 computers with different screen resolutions and sizes. When I apply program scaling or default fonts on one computer, does it carry over to the other? What about hidden resources?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Valentin Suprun on Mon, Feb 1 2010
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