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The Machinist's Bedside Reader Edit. Publish Date. Edition Availability 1. Paperback in English - 2nd edition. Not in Library. Libraries near you: WorldCat. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class L Community Reviews 0 Feedback? Lists containing this Book mine from ted mine from ted. Lathe from vigen Loading Related Books. Lautard Paperback in English - 2nd edition November 12, January 15, Edited by ImportBot.
January 4, Edited by Drini. May 24, Edited by OL Surely people who have the wherewithal, nous and general overall competence to write a book should be able to send a word processed document into a pdf program.
Why arent we seeing a change in the book industry with me buying the electronic version directly from the author? Roughly what would it cost for somebody to get a web site set up where Bill the punter buys the pdf straight off Fred the Author's web site and downloads it - no postage, no paper, no printing, no bookbinding? Surely I would get it cheaper and he would sell more books? Could that technology be applied to books as well. MichaelG - I suggest that if you know Guy you notify him of this copy and see if he is getting appropriate payment for the library copy.
He knows about it now, does not get paid for it and was not happy. Surely people who have the wherewithal, nous and general overall competence to write a book should be able to send a word processed document into a pdf program Bill I reckon that old Guy is well capable of the above and far more. My impression that any would be publishers would like to take the lion 's share leaving the bloke who did all the work with not too much to show for his efforts.
While I admire his work very much it is fairly obvious from his website that he tries to maximize the income from his efforts. I don much about him outside of his books but think that the books and related website may be his only income. Naturally he would be very protective of it.
I can tell you that self publishing is a mugs game and unless you have big print runs you will not break even let alone make a profit. Thats really the nub of the problem. With of all the Hobby machinists out there , how many of us have all of Guys books or at the very least the bedside reader series.
I am like BobL ,I never go more than a week or two looking for an idea or a comment on how to ,in the books. The other problem is that Guy like the rest of us is getting on a bit and would have to be eighty something I reckon. How many here would stump up for Bedside reader no 4? Michael Thanks Michael, Have deleted the relevant files off my computer. Shame, thought I'd discovered a wonderful and little known new source of information.
I was completely fooled by the fact that because DRM was on the download and allowed me access for the next 2 weeks that it was all legal. I reckon that old Guy is well capable of the above and far more. Don't think I've looked in the 3 I already have for quite some years now but I did learn a lot from them at the time. I don't make much money from machining and what I do make is more by accident than intent but I'd still buy his book. I'd agree that self-publishing can be a mug's game in general, but in niche areas I suspect there's a lot of scope.
Baen books has a lot of e-books for download if one is into science fiction. The philosophy there is that by making some of the authors' backlists available for free, you'll be more inclined to buy others. Seems to work - they haven't gone out of business. I had a software package once that was locked onto my laptop and could only run on the laptop Bill Essentially, any author who writes with the expectation that their book will make money for them has rocks in their head.
If they are lucky they might be able to buy a new hard drive for their PC with what they earn. There's a whole industry living off the author's work and they are not at all keen to move to a new model that takes them out of the picture. And as far as hardware locking to a particular PC goes - it does not work, as the PC gaming industry keeps learning.
ANY form of DRM is doomed to failure as circumventing it is as simple as running a decompiler and pulling the appropriate jump-if-not-equal statements out of the code. For DRM to work, the code has to run from your computer. If it's on your computer, you have full control of how the code is executed. The code cannot tell if it is being run by the operating system or inside a decompiler, so it will always end up giving up its secrets.
The games industry is littered with the remains of DRM schemes that have repeatedly locked legitimate purchasers out of their games, while the pirated versions continue to run happily without ever talking to the authentication servers. Have deleted the relevant files off my computer. I don't think what you did, or what the library does is illegal It is like any other physical library where books can be borrowed.
I went through it all, and was gratified by most of what I read there. If you are inclined to do so, perhaps you would post this entire message there, stating that it is from me. First of all, a sincere Thank you to all who have said they have found something worthwhile in my existing books. This is a bigger encouragement than any of you will ever know. I am still trying to figure out a way to continue to make my books available. But I have no intention of spending months working on TMBR 4, and money to print and advertise it, only to find it posted on the Internet 3 or 4 months later by someone who has no grasp of the meaning of the word "copyright", or feels that he is entitled to steal my work.
As for the surmise that I must be in my eighties by now, reports of my advancing years are greatly exaggerated. I'm still on the sunny side of I told an older chap that recently, and he said, "I have a housecoat that's older than you are! The other two won't be done real soon, but two others that some of the guys might like are offered here: www. Best to yourself, Michael, and to all who have said they like my books and other work. Thinking about some of the comments in this thread regarding using Guy's books as an ongoing reference, makes me wonder if the Open Library is actually doing Guy a favour i.
Try before you buy, if you will. There is a myth perpetuated by the large entertainment companies that every illegal download is a lost sale Nothing is further from the truth Those that do such things have no intention of buying it regardless.. Also companies these days like you sell you copies that tie software to a particular account and the software phones home every time is it used to confirm the software is being used by the account holder This software cannot be sold second hand, cannot be transferred to another user when the original user stops using it.
Also there is the media you purchase with no preview or anything I bought a set of US standards from an approved US standard seller for lathe spindle noses.. I did not feel guilty when a person with a hardcopy of the same standards had done an actual readable scan and emailed it to be. I find it difficult to read from an ebook anyway.. I have books I own and have scanned in personally that I use for the reference tables in them, but actual reading a book, I prefer a hard copy..
I am sorry to read that, but I understand his reasons and I have no criticism of them. He is entitled to his point of view, and he is entitled to the fruits of his labour. The problem is that there is no way of preventing what he wants to prevent, none at all. This particular technology genie is not only out of the bottle, the bottle itself has been reduced to powder and used as flux in a furnace.
It does seem that Guy either missed the point of one of my posts, or decided that it wasn't something he was interested in doing. The whole print and mail or distribute to shops part of small scale publishing is unnecessary nowadays. Either print on demand or electronic soft copies is the way to go for small niche market publications, especially as you can apply custom watermarks, footers et al as you go. But - this will still not stop people who would, as I have said, steal pennies off a dead man's eyes.
RC is also correct, conflating pirate downloads with lost sales is a nice exercise to engage in from the IP owner's POV, but it has a very tenuous connection with reality. Most of those people would never have bought anyway and a lot of others would buy if they could do so in a reasonable fashion.
Michael, maybe here is something you could put to Guy: Why not ask him to join thid snd everyother forum who he might expect to respect his work. Then put up a post advertise his work to say that he will take orders for his work right here. Hw could then follow Pete's advice PDW and PM any buyers their 'custom' pdf - top do with what they like - read, print, archive etc.
And it they put it on the 'net, it will have their name and contact for the copyright police to 'go get 'em all over it - even in the document properties. That would deter most not all - I'm not born yesterday. In other words make it far too hard for someone who paid for the book to bother making available free to someone else. Now if I bought such a book - and I would - and found somethign really interesting pertaining to a project that say PDW was doing right now, I could send him a copy of my legitimate book to see what I found for him, But PDW wouldn;t conside that copy 'his' book, because it will have my name all over it.
That's no different to me buying a Guy's book on paper, then when the same circumstances arose, I might put the book MY paper copy in the mail to PDW for him to read what I sent it for - amy be even the whole book - but then either make photocpies of the relevant pages perfectly legal and send the book back to me. The above version of sharing 'my property' is no different, except I might be more inclined to hlp out PDW because we both save postage and effort.
The 'advertising value' of me showing Pete something useful in one of Guy's books leading Pete to go buy his wn is also the same - but likely to happen more often than with a per copy. I suspect Guy's book would sell like hotcakes to enthusiasts here and other forums - rather than end up in the hads of dedicated hackers who want to put it on ebay in decoded untracable form In the meantime, encourage Guy to join our discussion actively.
Like others here, I'd love to be able to 'chat' with Guy or ask his opinion on a project right here on the farum. What the heck, I just discovered his e-mail address and will ask him myself :. What the heck, I just discovered his e-mail address and will ask him myself : You touch on one of my main objections to e-books in general. A lot of them restrict your rights in ways that paper books cannot do and do not try to do.
Lending a book to someone is an example. Gifting it is another. Selling it I buy a hell of a lot of second hand books. Leaving your entire library in your will. All these rights have been removed from you in most commercial e-books. So I don't buy them. It's not like the price has dropped significantly to compensate for the extra restrictions. Anyway, I agree with the basic premise. The likely hobbyist market could be largely reached by the most popular internet forums. Custom editions suitably watermarked are technologically simple.
I understand PDF generation well, a number of my software applications use the Bruno Lowagie initiated iText Java library to generate documents on the fly and I can say that it would be well beyond the ability of the non-programmer to undo or change suitably applied watermarks and the like in any sort of sensible time frame.
And who would want the embarrassment of their copy with their name all over it, uploaded to a warez type site? Hell, it could well be a marketing tool - the title page with a 'hand written' salutation and greeting to the purchaser, personally 'signed' by the author. You could even submit the wording that you'd like to see there
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