Howard is not really a research article - more like an overview of copyright law circa 1996. And Bernhardt is even older, 1993. However, these issues haven't gone away, and in Bernhardt's case, viewing them from the perspective of a Internet virgin who thinks CD-ROMs are gigantic helps put our web-dominated lives in a clearer light.

The repeated use of Perseus as an example is something I will expound on in class further as a reader of Greek.

Bernhardt's message is a predication of the coming ubiquitous nature of "screens." And here we are, all with smartphones and their ilk. Did he call it well? What did he miss? Ethics and legality might be part of it...

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