Discussion in 'CLEP, DANTES, and Other Exams for Credit' started by NYC777MIA, Jun 3, 2015.
CLEP, DSST, TECEP and Straighterline. Interested send me a PM. Private Message.
What is a "PDFs swap"?
"Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware and operating systems. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout flat document, including the text, fonts, graphics and other information needed to display it. In 1991, Adobe Systems' co-founder John Warnock outlined a system called "Camelot" that evolved into PDF."
I don't mind if a little of this happens as long as degreeinfo doesn't turn into a yard sale. If that starts to happen then it's off to craigslist with all of it.
I was more on the question what is "swap" of PDFs. As long as the PDF is not licensed, or restricted, and can guarantee that the original owner destroyed any and all copies...
I have close to 150 PDFs. Let me know what you might need.
Newbie can't send...
I can't figure out how to PM you, but I wanted to see what you had that you wanted to share. PM me when you can! Thanks!
What is this . . . ebay?
I'm looking for Straighterline Nutrition Study Material
If you have anything that can help me out let me know. I'm looking for Straighterline Nutrition Study Material
you know that the SL Nutrition content is IN the SL course you're paying for? Ctrl + f = your friend (or you could download files from strangers on the internet...nothing dangerous about that at all!)
This thread should have been deleted in the first place....
Transferring a hard copy of a book one has paid for is one thing, but I suspect transferring a more-replicable, electronic product like a PDF might run aground copyright restrictions. (Because both the original owner and the new possessor can hold copies. It would be equally shady if someone copied a whole book and sent it to someone else.)
If I was moderating this board, I'd either look into this legally or suspend this kind of stuff outright.
If I have some stuff to share, I'd upload them to a file-sharing site or a google drive and share the links here.
What in the world are we even talking about here?
If you're talking about study sheets, fine.
If you're talking about copies of actual tests, or cheat sheets, or other material that is copyrighted (and this wouldn't be the first time someone tried to do this on the site) then the answer is Nah-to-the-ah-to-the-NO-NO-NO.
Separate names with a comma.