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Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby clay » Tue 08.29.2006 1:17 pm

Those are excellent ideas, but following the 'better safe than sorry' line of thought, I'd like to pay (or better yet get kind, free permission) for the rights to host the segment.
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Postby requemao » Tue 08.29.2006 2:20 pm

Okay, I'll check reliable sources. I think I'll need to know the location (country) of the server where everything will be hosted, because the laws of that country will be applied.

The server is in the USA, isn't it?
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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby clay » Tue 08.29.2006 2:45 pm

The server is in the USA, isn't it?


Yes.
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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby requemao » Tue 08.29.2006 4:57 pm

As for acquiring the rights to use excerpts from copyrighted material I don't know any more than you know and I don't have any contacts whatsoever, so I'll concentrate my efforts on learning about fair use. As far as I have read, it looks to me that we'd be quite on the safe side (and I am known to be *way* more cautious than most people).

Have a look at section 2.8 here:
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/law/copyright/faq/part2

This is a serious, informed and lengthy discussion on copyright issues including fair use. I'll let you go over it before I make any further comments on this.

I've also considered posting to the Usenet group misc.legal.moderated, where some cases like this have already been discussed. Of course you can do it yourself if you prefer.

Well, I'm done for today. I'll be online again in about twelve hours from now.
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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby john2 » Thu 08.31.2006 4:12 am

"ano tokoro ni hadaka no onna ga!"

ill put it into hirigana asumeing no one else did
あの ところ に はだか の おんな が
without spaces and(1KANJI)
あのところにはだかの女が
O_o wheal you advised to use only kanji i know and i think that the kanji for women that just apeard while inputting。。。

Bellow is my first ever rant about kanji:
beffore that a summary
(start summary)
猫 inu  語 人 女 私 〇 ー 二 三 四 五 roku nana 六 九  hyaku
(forgot i ones written in romaji exept inu never lerned it but i dont know the character for inu...)
and not shure about 廿卅 other than dose one also mean river...
セ七 seam similar looking...
(end summary)
oh here are some more kanji i know 猫 語 人 女 私。。。
the first one stands for cat next one for language next one hito or jin should be obvious
woman I…
other than i know 〇(??)ー(いち)二(に)三(さん)四(よん)五(ご)六(ろく)九(きゅ)潤iじゅ)(廿/卅(二/三 じゅ))
〇ー二三四五六九?廿卅)(listed without meaning to make it a bit eisier to count how many kanji numerals i know man i should know more. The one in perfectly normal non fixed width brakets are wheal the ones im not shure if they exist... but it seams systemtic enoght relly. am now stop now ill coment)
卅 i knink i saw a simmilar kanji and it meant river if so then what is that kanji... ill try to add it to my lerning list :)
here are the ones i forgot 七八
セ七 look at how similar se and nana are... on that note i revise that statement there not relly...
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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby Oyaji » Thu 08.31.2006 4:29 am

I really must know what "wheal" means.
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RE: Learning by example, WITH FUN (ANIME)!!!

Postby requemao » Thu 08.31.2006 6:18 am

Oyaji wrote:
I really must know what "wheal" means.


It will pop into your mind just as soon as you find out what "shure" means. ;)

Now seriously, John2, I've counted about twenty misspellings in your last post. I think it will be easier for you to learn Japanese after you improve your English. That way your mind will more readily assimilate new words and their uses.
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