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Another option is one that I think you already do and that is to wrap an
organization's branding around your licensed content:

 * Have the organization set up a domain name service entry that
   points to your server (e.g. =>

 * Get from the organization an HTML template of how they would like
   LII content to appear.  This is most likely just their existing
   website template.

 * Add code/configuration to your server that recognizes when the
   requesting URL is '' and present LII content
   within the organization's template rather than your default template.

 * Add statistics and customization options to taste, bake at 350 for
   thirty minutes, and serve with vanilla ice cream

To most everyone in the world it looks like the organization's own
content.  Only someone who traceroutes the URL or has Netcraft's browser
plugin would notice that it isn't the organization providing the web
service.  For me that would be a value-added service that I'd consider
paying for (if I had a budget to do such things...).


On 3/28/06 5:33 PM, K.G. Schneider wrote:
> The library I've been talking to has said they are interested in showing LII
> content on their site. I have spoken briefly with their developers and
> indicated an interest in doing this, and even sent PDFs displaying our table
> structure internally. In turn, I've asked them what they would expect to see
> on their site. URLs? Links to LII content? Parsing-in of categories?
> Mini-descriptions, like titles plus the first ten, sort of like pulling in
> an RSS feed?

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