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[07 Jul 2004|11:20pm]

Neep PlotijeCollapse )

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[22 Jun 2004|12:09pm]

And the Neep said: "Truely, we are not torturing people enough. Mortimer! Go forth and torment your muse so that she might pass her pain onto others!"

And so it was done.

And the Neep said: "Mwahaha. Perrrrfect."

Before the BeginningCollapse )

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[08 Dec 2003|11:07pm]

Man, I don't know if serial writing would work for you, but I would love it like a thing that is very loved. Unless this sucks, which I trust you enough to be honest about.

Paragraphs: The Beginning.Collapse )

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[05 Dec 2003|11:08am]

[ mood | aggravated ]

Read more...Collapse )

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[02 Dec 2003|10:36pm]

[ mood | exhausted ]

Bibish! Story particles for you.

Modern VersionCollapse )
Old School Variation.Collapse )

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Project O'Doom Notes [02 Dec 2003|09:27pm]

By Lolly Gasaway University of North Carolina

Definition: A public domain work is a creative work that are not protected by copyright and
which may be freely used by everyone. The reasons that the work is not protected include:
(1) the term of copyright for the work has expired; (2) the author failed to satisfy statutory
formalities to perfect the copyright or (3) the work is a work of the U.S. Government.

Created 1-1-78 or after When work is fixed in tangible medium of expression Life + 70 years1(or if work of corporate authorship, the shorter of 95 years from publication, or 120 years from creation2
Published before 1923 In public domain None
Published from 1923 - 63 When published with notice3 28 years + could be renewed for 47 years, now extended by 20 years for a total renewal of 67 years. If not so renewed, now in public domain
Published from 1964 - 77 When published with notice 28 years for first term; now automatic extension of 67 years for second term
Created before 1-1-78 but not published 1-1-78, the effective date of the 1976 Act which eliminated common law copyright Life + 70 years or 12-31-2002, whichever is greater
Created before
1-1-78 but published between then and 12-31-2002 1-1-78, the effective date of the 1976 Act which eliminated common law copyright Life + 70 years or 12-31-2047 whichever is greater

1 Term of joint works is measured by life of the longest-lived author.
2 Works for hire, anonymous and pseudonymous works also have this term. 17 U.S.C. § 302(c).
3 Under the 1909 Act, works published without notice went into the public domain upon publication. Works published without notice between 1-1-78 and 3-1-89, effective date of the Berne Convention Implementation Act, retained copyright only if, e.g., registration was made within five years. 17 U.S.C. § 405. (Notes courtesy of Professor Tom Field, Franklin Pierce Law Center

(Dammit Qai! I need a writer's icon!)

(annoy a mage)

[14 Oct 2003|08:27am]

[ mood | and procrastinatory ]

I have tests. Tests mean procrastination. Oh yes. Thusly, I present Neep Scrips. All eight of them.

Dun Dun Dun DUNCollapse )

Nothing is possible, such is lifeCollapse )

NeepijeCollapse )

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[08 Mar 2003|10:41am]

[ mood | complacent ]

I had this brilliant idea, of going through all the bolt clubs and saving all the information we had accumulated, and then I could post it here, and it would be cool, because everything we needed would be all in one place, and it could be pretty.

I forgot how long we were in those clubs. Man, it took for frigging ever just to load all the pages. (With broadband!)

But rest assured, I have all the info now, and (and!) I have eight pages of scrips and thumbnails to post.

er. Boom?

(annoy a mage)

POWAHHHH [06 Mar 2003|10:48pm]

[ mood | eville ]

*dances, twirls and bops, causing a hurricane off the coast of Africa*

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testing, testing, one, two, three [06 Mar 2003|10:03pm]



er... nothing to see here, move along.

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