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An upgrade to the network system included an unannounced move to a VPN, effectively killing the site at the old location. The site has now moved to a permanent URL and can be found at www.telelib.com. As a temporary measure the site had been moved to ghostwolf.dyndns.org, this will be kept as long as possible to reduce disruption. As a result of the reduced bandwidth the sections for the yum repos and the “technical lookup” have been permanently removed.


Any errors to report or offers to contribute (time or material) please use the feedback link at the bottom of each page.


All material on this site is in the public domain in Australia, – that is all copyrights have expired in this country, – other countries may vary.

For people in Australia all material on this site is free for anyone to use. There are no copyrights on any of it in Australia and other “life + 70 years”1 countries. Other countries have different time limits, if you want to use any material you should check the copyright laws in your country.


The origin of each file (if known), its processing history and any other relevant information has been placed in a comment in the head of each file. The easiest way to see this is to use the “view source” menu item in your browser.


If the material from here is distributed, acknowledgment would be polite, but is not in any way obligatory.

Deep linking is encouraged, the location of all content files will be, as far as is possible, entirely static and will not be changed unless absolutely necessary. Index files (ie. those named ‘index.html’) other than those which are ‘Tables of Content’ may be modified at any time – linker beware.


Internal reference links will usually only point to the main source of the reference. These links will not be made more specific i.e. link directly to the quotation, as this may cause the quote itself to be taken out of context.


I have added a script to randomly pick a poem from the site. Use the following url if you wish to make a bookmark, or use it as your homepage:

http://www.telelib.com/randomverse.php

Test it here.


Added javascript to allow double-clicking a word to open a link to an online dictionary. The script (GPL license) was copied from www.arachnoid.com, a very useful and interesting site by Paul Lutus, the creator of Arachnophilia.


Enjoy,

            Russell Tayler


1.    Australia, from January 1 2005, extended its copyright period to “life + 70 years”, no new works will enter the public domain in Australia until at least January 1 2026. However works which had previously entered the public domain (pre 1955) do not revert back into copyright protection.    [back]


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