Talk:Applied Foresight Network

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My name is Artin Kiani. I am the forum moderator and webmaster of the Applied Foresight Network (www.appliedforesight.org). I have the express copyright permission of author Professor Lynn Elen Burton (leburton@sfu.ca) to post this material on the and on wikipedia online encyclopedia. I hope to resolve this misplaced copyright issue soon. Please contact me as soon as possible so that we may repost this article.

Content must be released under the GFDL in order to be posted on Wikipedia, giving permission simply isn't enough, you must agree to the terms of the GFDL. If that is the case, feel free to email me. --lightdarkness (talk) 13:41, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Dear Lightdarkness . . . Dr. Burton and I have both contacted the ADMIN at Wikipedia. Please consider the email contacts below, and make changes to the article accordingly. best regards, Artin

'''From: Wikipedia information team <info-en@wikimedia.org>  

To: leburton@sfu.ca
Cc: artin Kiani <artinkiani@gmail.com>
Date: May 24, 2006 5:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Ticket#2006051610008004] Applied Foresight Network
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Dear Dr. Burton,

Thank you for permitting us to use this article. I've removed the "copyright
violation" warning and replaced the article at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applied_Foresight_Network .

Yours sincerely,
Sarah Kendrick

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"Dr. Lynn E. Burton" <leburton@sfu.ca> wrote:

>
> TO: board@wikimedia.org
>
> ATTENTION: Board of Trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation
> REGARDING:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applied_Foresight_Network
>
> The "Applied Foresight Network" posting on the Wikipedia.org
> encyclopedia
> online has currently been labeled as a "Possible Copyright
> Violation".
> Please be advised that I am the original and sole author of the
> materials
> posted on the aforementioned article, and I hereby permit reuse of
> the
> contents of this article to be posted on wikipedia online
> encyclopedia, in
> all languages and as wikipedia so chooses thereafter.
>
> cordially,
>
> Lynn Elen Burton
>
> ------- End of forwarded message -------'''

Removing memetics category[edit]

I am removing the memetics category from this article since you learn no more about the article's contents from the category and v.v. Since so many things may be memes we should try to keep the category closely defined in order to remain useful. Hope you're okay with that. The link to meme would be enough I suggest. Facius 10:55, 23 July 2007 (UTC)

Primary external link does not work (and other existential issues)[edit]

Hi, the external link http://www.appliedforesight.org/ is broken (seemingly permanently). Do we remove this link? Does this mean that the organization has closed operations? The article could then be made into "past tense", or removed (though removal seems unnecessary). Y not math (talk) 07:31, 30 July 2012 (UTC)