Also, you can take a look at The Modem Dictionary v2.30, which was not released until January 14, 2009!
Fast forward to 2009, and I do an Internet search, and find my material on a webpage -- along with "Compiled by [someone else's name]. Reprinted from [a computer magazine]." Again, someone getting paid to cut-and-paste my work. The author copied my work for a magazine that paid her, and then took credit for it.
And, amazingly there are lots of telecommunications-related websites out there that have a glossary, that sure enough include a lot of my work.
Not suprisingly, there are also lots of 'AdSense Abusers' that happily cut-and-paste copyrighted works knowing that they won't ever get punished. These people create a domain name, copy other people's work, and then add 'Google AdSense' (that lets that get paid when visitors click on ads) to make money off of it. Fortunately, they get their money from Google, who frowns upon such behavior.
So, this site is here to pay tribute to The Modem Dictionary, immortalize it, whatever. But at the very least, it is here to help get rid of the copyright infringement that is rampant on the Internet.