I'm not a lawyer, don't play one on TV and didn't stay at a Holiday Inn last night. But I would think it's always OK to refer to pages in a book by word, but not to link to them. Even if visitors to the web site don't pay royalties to Look Inside, I am sure there is some kind of royalty or mutually beneficial arrangement there. Amazon might have a licensing agreement with the publisher to show the Look Inside pages, and you never know when that agreement might expire, leaving your own document with a broken link. As for including a page scan of a book in a PDF, never without the author/publisher's expressed written permission, I am sure.Here are some discussion boards that may be of interest:http://boards.fool.com/books-writing-10088.aspx?bid=114755&a...http://boards.fool.com/lawyersattorneys-116229.aspxFuskieWho thinks the best rule of thumb is, if you are unsure, find another way...
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