Books, young man, books!


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Think I have a "fair use" argument?

Limited excerpt for noncommercial use for commentary on the future of books. I think I am going to at least attempt to dispute the take down.

Sam Cogley returned in the Star Trek novel: The Case of the Colonist's Corpse written by Tony Isabella.

It's a fun, Perry Mason-style mystery.

I think you're in fair use for educational purposes, according to this site:

You're at 90 seconds, should be well within fair use rights.

A friend sent me this comment that is tangentially related to the video above.

I thought that this was an interesting interview with William Shatner This is the first that I have heard of his newest book - Star Trek: The Academy--Collision Course

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