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Theft of datasets: HUH?

Does this mean any student can just
 take anything out of my files ??????????

At 04:21 AM 7/7/98 -0400, you wrote:
>By the way, I was surprised to see how easily a dataset can be copied from
>your directory using CRT (telnet)!  I was going to FTP some stuff to
>Tomoko's Keio directory and she said, "Oh, I'll just copy it."   She keyed
>in    cp ~marlene/zigzag.049 .   and, presto, she had it in her directory.
Theodor Holm Nelson, Visiting Professor of Environmental Information
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Quotation of the day, 98.07.07:
The past tense of "squid" is "squd" (pronounced "skwud").  As in, "You
think you're eating onion rings, but after awhile you realize you've been
squd."  Happens a lot in Japan.  
-- TN98