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(Recipes from the global village; July 1993) A collection of recipes by the readers of USENET, from the newsgroup

It is a "moderated" newsgroup, which means that everything published in it must be approved by the moderator (editor). Readers submit recipes electronically by mailing them to the editor. He edits for style, form and content, and performs conversion to or from metric units if necessary. The finished recipes are published in weekly batches, which are sent from Palo Alto every Thursday.

: Edited by Brian K. Reid

: Palo Alto, California, U.S.A. : ihnp4!decwrl!reid reid@...

: Copyright (C) USENET Community Trust Permission to copy without fee all or part of this material is granted provided that the copies are not made or distributed for direct commercial advantage, the USENET copyright notice, title and publication date appear, and notice is given that copying is by permission of the USENET Community Trust.

PROCEDURE: To participate, you will need to get at your site. A package of software for using it is posted from time to time into Get that software and install it on your machine; it will enable you to save recipes easily and to print cookbooks from them.

To submit a recipe to the USENET Cookbook, mail its text to the newsgroup moderator, ihnp4!decwrl!mod-recipes (uucp) or mod-recipes@... (internet). The news software at most sites will do this automatically if you try to post to

It's important that you tell us where you got the recipe from. It's ok if you cribbed it from a book or magazine or newspaper, but if you copy the words that you found there, you have probably violated a copyright. Copyright law is complex, and only a lawyer can reliably advise you on whether or not you are violating it, but in general if you rewrite a recipe, in your own words, even if you don't change the formula, then you are not infringing the copyright by submitting that recipe to the network. The copyright is on the words that explain the recipe, and not the recipe itself.

COPYRIGHT: The entire USENET Cookbook is copyright by the USENET Community Trust, which is a California organization formed for the purpose of holding the copyright. The purpose of this copyright is to prevent commercialization of the Cookbook. Read the copyright notice on the title page.

Copyright (C) 1986 USENET Community Trust

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