Discussion in 'Salsa' started by princeghana, Jun 24, 2013.
Apparently, a lot. And apparently, these same teachers have been teaching this way for years. They teach the women to turn if the hand ever goes up.
I would like to think part of the thought process here is the development of a connection such that both people are involved in the partnership process.
Prince, this is at least the second time you are apparently taking credit for someone else's writing. This material has a 2008 copyright (assuming the site I am linking to is actually the original source and not just another person plagiarising someone else's words). Not cool.
In this post you clearly took credit for someone else's article by modifying minor details:
Pretty hard to believe you could write something like that when a previous post of yours (one of your first, I think) read:
There's nothing wrong with not having great skills in English but claiming credit for someone else's work is another matter.
It's not clear that the self-styled prince is taking credit for the article. But then again it's not clear that he's not taking credit.
"Prince", when you quote something like this, it is proper to describe the source. In this case you would give the name of the original author. And if the Forum settings wouldn't allow your posting of a link, you could at least give the name of the website.
Perhaps no one told nor taught Prince to quote sources properly. Don´t know where he comes from? But I like his attitude, thoughts are for free. I for one don´t like copyrights, trademarks, and patents.
The article easily can be find on the web: http://iamconvinced.wordpress.com/2011/07/23/salsa-and-submission
I went back and put the posts in quotes, as it was obvious to me that it, via HothouseSalsero, that it should have been.
"But I like his attitude, thoughts are for free. I for one don´t like copyrights, trademarks, and patents. "
Maybe the producer of the thought or work of art covered by a copyright/trademark/patent has a different opinion. Particularly if their livelihood comes from that.
In the end, you might get just what you paid for.
Separate names with a comma.