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May 10, 2003

Design Management Journal -- Free!

Folks interested in the business aspects of design inevitably cross paths with the Design Management Institute, and it's publication, the Design Management Journal.

Now, you could fork over $5 an article, or get a subscription, to read the goodies within. But I believe I've found a backdoor that allows free access to the content (not in published form, but in raw text).

Click here (This has been removed. I explain more about it here. You should now have access to the last 9 issues, all the text, including charts and graphs.

Enjoy!

Posted by peterme at May 10, 2003 12:44 PM

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Each article is accompanied with a PDF of the original journal, FYI.

Posted by: gene at May 12, 2003 10:54 AM

Backdoor, or just someone's subscription through ProQuest? (I didn't click on the link to investigate further)

Completely irresponsible.

Posted by: Ron Zeno at May 13, 2003 07:40 AM

Well, thank goodness we have Ron Zeno to save us from our moral turpitude.

And: backdoor, via UC Berkeley's very publicly accessible "Pathfinder" library catalog.

Posted by: peterme at May 13, 2003 08:32 AM

Any time, Peter.

Please tell how your actions are in any way resposible. I'm sure your potential clients would be interested.

Posted by: Ron Zeno at May 13, 2003 09:41 AM

I agree w/ Ron.
If this content wasn't meant to be freely accessed, why should it be? Because someone forgot to lock that back door? Would seem to be more responsible to send a note to the webmaster there just letting them know.

Posted by: jonathan at May 13, 2003 05:34 PM

Seems like you are handing out keys to your neighbor's house and inviting the public to help themselves. I'm no lawyer but this dosen't smell legal.

http://adaptivepath.com/team/peterme.php

Posted by: Ted at May 13, 2003 06:52 PM

This is the sort of thing that can get you in a lot of legal trouble. This material is copyrighted and I believe you would be the violator by posting this. If you had half a sense, you would remove this quickly. I am sure Berkley isn't going to be happy.

Posted by: concerned at May 14, 2003 10:07 AM

Sounds like you got exactly what you deserve. To respond to your magazine theory.. you would still be stealing. And before you blast ProQuest for not securing their site, you need to check your morals and your facts.

Posted by: concerned at May 14, 2003 03:45 PM

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Posted by: ted at May 14, 2003 06:05 PM