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Bruce, Caroline

Pressing, Earth-Shattering Question

How do you copyright a calendar? I mean, how can you claim copyright on
a calenar? If it were a photo calendar, or tactile equivalent, then
maybe I'd understand. But just an ordinary calendar. Copyright, 2008.
What possible scenario could violate that copyright?

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Seems a bit pointless to me. Unless you come up with some brand new names for the days of the week or the months of the year, which is hardly likely. :c/
It has nothing to do with the object, but the time put into it. Maybe the calendar has a fancy border, nice picture with each day, a theme, so yes i can see the copyright. I'd rather see a copyright, then some of the absolute puke that's out there claiming to be original work.
Nothing special. Just a braille calendar, uses the same braille calendar format a dozen other braille calendar makers use, computer printout with standard plastic voers and standard comb binding. I'm not sure what exactly is copyrighted her: the information isn't, if the format is copyrighted then every other braille calendar manufacturer is in violation and has been since at least the mid seventies,w hich is when I saw my first braille calendar.