I had a question this morning which in turn brought up another question....Namely, is there a forum for comments/questions on the members only content?
Perhaps it is perfectly appropriate to ask these questions in the public forum pages? In a way, I suppose it advertises the existence of the members only section and may encourage membership. In my case, that is probably true.
On the other hand, maybe there is already a Q&A section among those pages that I just missed? I'm fairly certain that my question is not something that deservess a wiki page.
<My question is about the papers from the meeting that have been loaded, or really, the one from Monday morning that was not. The one about IP in a recession is of interest to someone at my company, but now states that permission was not granted. I was wondering if that is a final decision or if there is a possibility of it being loaded at some time in the future. Or maybe permission was denied because it will be published - if so, it would be helpful to know where it will be published.>
Thanks, Tom. I wasn't sure if posting about members only stuff would be telling tales out of school (it is among some online communities). If that's not the case here, I have no problem posting questions in the public Forums.
As for the presentation - I would appreciate it if you or one of the organizers could post where we could obtain either the presentation or a "reasonable facsimile" to pass on to other interested parties. I have no problem paying for its use, or obeying whatever copyright restrictions come with it (several of the professional organizations in my industry have severely restrictive copyrights). Since Mr. Newman did not give the presentation himself, I wasn't even sure if he was the correct person to contact at Thomson Reuters.