Re: Theos-World Re: Should an "ideal" Theosophical Society study & "promote" these books
Jul 21, 2007 08:58 PM
by M K Ramadoss
Come, on. As a business proposition, most of the publications are money
loosers. Those interested in theosophy in the world is very miniscule. Even
among them, those interested in CWL and would shell out money to buy a hard
copy book will be fewer. In addition, with Internet more and more material
is on the web. It is not uncommon to find even copyrighted books on the web.
The kid who has access to a high speed scanner and for the fun of it scan
anything and upload it to the web. The future is going to be free material
on the web. No money, no royalties, ....
On 7/21/07, Cass Silva <email@example.com> wrote:
Radha and others are more interested in the royalties they accrue from him,
without thinking of the karmic royalties they are messing with, all other
excuses are mumbo jumbo.
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