I appreciate your frustrations and concerns with respect to access to
information but there is little information in Nova Scotia regarding CSA
and I have a very limited budget to get access to additional
I am not sure what the solution is but can only give my sincere
appreciation for the fact that people have been willing to share their
School for Resource and Environmental Studies
On Fri, 3 May 1996, Glen Munford wrote:
> It's is funny how some of the subscribers to this group have e-mailed sites
> like ours looking for information that we have and we have given them the
> information without even charging for it. Maybe we should only do this work
> on a pay us first system.
> >X-Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (Unverified)
> >Date: Fri, 3 May 1996 12:56:51 -0800
> >To: sanet-mg <email@example.com>
> >From: firstname.lastname@example.org (lischeron)
> >Subject: Re: Lewis Cattle Oiler
> >And I 'third' this one - as a matter of fact, I had been meaning to bring
> >this up to the group - with so much (valuable) information being exchanged
> >here, I think there needs to be some kind of ethical system in place.
> >Some of you may recall my recent query about info on organic stats - a
> >fellow who works for an agricultural consulting company offered to do the
> >research job for me (at a price) and was very brusque when I said, thanks
> >but we have no money! - while he IN THE SAME BREATH was trying to get info
> >on compost starters (for free) from me! A bit cheeky, I though...
> >So the question is, what do we as a group/community do about this kind of
> >thing? After all, they say that in the information age 'info is money' and
> >while we may be sharing our information in the best spirit of mutual
> >support, there are parasitical people amongst us who are NOT sharing in the
> >same spirit.... and are yet trying to make a buck off what we give them...
> >I for one am not into supporting more exploitation.
> >Any thoughts?
> >>Permit me to add my voice to the suggestion that this message is a
> >>"for-profit" advertisement and does not belong on SANET. If I want
> >>this stuff, I'd be happy to read about in the farm press, or be
> >>advised of the existence of a WWW address where I can look it up, but
> >>please, not on SANET! Ann
> >>Dr. E. Ann Clark
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> >>University of Guelph
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