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March 10, 2014

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Adan Lerma

Ads in the embeds! Yuk ;-) I hope not. Though a simple text line with a link to their site seems reasonable.

I've just started using Scribd's embedding option, for both some free docs on their site plus books I have in their subscription, and there's of course a link back to their site for my originating doc or book, but that seems good.

Anyway, always something new (to me) & interesting to learn. Thanks so much :-)

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