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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Sep 22nd, 2008, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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link or no link

Is there a problem with me posting articles without a link to the original website. I note the article in it's entirety with the author/authors name attached! Someone can find the link if their truly interested of knowing where it originated from. pureracket is crying plagiarism charges may be forecoming if I continue. I don't want to do anything to get this sight in trouble! Am I & others doing something wrong?

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Re: link or no link

As long as you gave credits to the author, and mention where you got the article from, there is no need for a link.

Sometimes you might post an article you read in a newspaper in which case you might not have a web link to provide.

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Re: link or no link

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As long as you gave credits to the author, and mention where you got the article from, there is no need for a link.

Sometimes you might post an article you read in a newspaper in which case you might not have a web link to provide.
Thanks Yasmine!

Could you pass this info along to pureracket and deleat his plagiarism post against me. I know what he's up to and I don't like it!

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