> Exactly, Don.
> Even today he makes good use of imageshack for hosting his
> images. That's also free, isn't it?
No, Creighton, it isn’t free. It’s only free so far, then you have to pay, as I do now.
Web space in general usually costs something, or carries advertising, which I absolutely do not want, as it compromises any claim to be not-for-profit.
What do you pay for your domain and site, Creighton?
Work: scanning the copies (for which I’d need a large scanner), putting them online in some suitably designed site — and yet yet yet again, for the very very slow of understanding, I have no obligation whatsoever to do any of this.
This from Creighton, who has “no intention” of putting most of the material online. Why is that? Could it be that “he knows full well” that the journal is barely readable? In the original, never mind images.
If you must know, I had ideas of putting some of this online, when I’d made more progress in reading the thing. It never became very readable and I had other things to do. There is a wider world.