Talk:Wired News Radio Interview - 23 Jun 2003

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[edit] Scribings

Gotta go... To a movie. With friends. I'll finish it tomorrow morning. I just want one transcript to my name that I can say I did totally by myself. Thunderbird 02:52, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Hey, man, you're doin' great. Enjoy the show, and your friends. What'd you see, by the way? — It's dot com 03:29, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Meh, just over to their house. We were gonna watch Ong Bak, the Thai Warrior. But they got angry that it was sub-titled, and so we watched the Longest Yard instead. And since they've all got school tomorrow, I got home with enough time to finish it off. I wasn't quite sure what to do about their voices, feel free to fix exactly who's saying it, if I did it wrong. And I still have enough time to finish up another IaPA project of mine... Thunderbird 07:29, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)
There, logo's pics are done. Thunderbird 08:21, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)

[edit] Permission?

If we write our own trancript, do we need reprint permission? Also, Back in May, I sent this to Kari Dean:

Hello, I am an administrator at a non-profit, collective knowledge base website about Homestar Runner. I am emailing you in connection with the interview that you conducted with the Creators of Homestarrunner.com a while back. My first question is when exactly was this interview conducted, so that we may add a date to the page. The second question is wheather or not you would allow me to reprint the interview on our website, namely here: http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php/Interviews_and_Public_Appearances Of course the creator would be given complete credit, along with a link to the original interview. Please let us know whether we can use this or not. Thank you, -Thunderbird

I later recieved this reply:

Hi, I've forwarded your note to Marty at mcortinas@wired.com. He's the Managing Editor. That article belongs to Wired News, not me, and they have their own set of reprinting requirements/allowances. As for the interview date, it was two years ago, so I don't remember. But the publish date as shown in the story on Wired.com is 6/23/2003, so the interview itself must have been within a few days before that. Good luck, Kari

It sounds like she thought I was asking for an article reprint, which this isn't. I never got a reply from "Marty". Do we need to ask again, or is our transcript our own work? Thunderbird 23:53, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Well I see you've answered that question. Did "Marty" eventually e-mail someone? Why was the transcript written? — talk Bubsty edits 00:47, 28 November 2005 (UTC)
I'm very confused. How is the question answered? How is what we're aking for not a reprint? And for the record, yes, we need to ask again. —AbdiViklas 01:17, 28 November 2005 (UTC)
Hmmm... Maybe I should get on that then. ;) Thunderbird 03:45, 23 January 2006 (UTC)
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