Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Back in 2014, Bill Schmalfeldt published a book called Intentional Infliction which republished a post by the anonymous blogger Paul Krendler. Schmalfeldt thought that Krendler would have to reveal his real name in order to file a copyright claim.

Then I purchased the world print book and e-book rights to the blog post, and I filed a copyright notice with CreateSpace, the print-to-order service Schmalfeldt was using to publish his book. This I’m Not Making This Up, You Know post from seven years ago today deals with part of Schmalfeldt’s resulting snit fit.

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BS_complaint_20140430The Cabin Boy™ also says: “I have advised Howard County of this, [sic] and will copy them on this complaint.”


I’ll let the Gentle Readers know if anyone contacts me about this.

UPDATE—He forgot Mopery with Intent to Lurk.

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Schmalfeldt found out that filing false complaints can be more trouble than it’s worth.

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