Re: NTLK Looking For NCU For Mac

From: Peter Apockotos (
Date: Tue Aug 01 2000 - 16:08:57 CDT

Technically no, you do not own the rights to any software you may buy or
receive unless otherwise stated. And I would imagine if you are not the
original user of the Newton then it is piracy and the fact that Apple still
sells the software, says a lot also.

on 08/01/2000 04:34 PM, Bob Dawson at wrote:

> I don't believe it would be piracy as Apple shipped a set of disks for each
> Newton, right? If you own a Newton, by my logic, you own rights to NCU as
> well, since NCU is useless without a Newton. Am I missing something?
> Thanks,
> --bd--
> Bob Dawson
> Prepress Director
> TL Enterprises, Inc.
> "Recreation At Its Best"
> Ventura, CA
> (805)667-4397
>> ----------
>> From: Peter Apockotos
>> Reply To:
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 1, 2000 1:25 PM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: NTLK Looking For NCU For Mac
>> You can purchase NCU from Apple otherwise it would be priacy!
>> on 08/01/2000 03:16 PM, Arno Uhlmelmahei at wrote:
>>> Bob Dawson wrote:
>>>> What do you mean "expired"? I have the original floppies and actually
>>>> installed NCU on a Mac fairly recently...
>>> I gave my original disks to the buyer of my
>>> spare newton, d0h! I downloaded ncu1.0b5 from
>>> but after installing it gave me a 'expired'
>>> window and exited.
>>> Regards,
>>> Arno

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