Dear Jacksonfish.com: Please contact me to discuss your plans for compensating me for this use of my intellectual property.

Here’s a comment I left on the jacksonfish.com website.

Hello. I’m a blogger who was surprised to find that your site, literacyintheclassroom.com, scrapes my RSS feed and republishes my content in order to serve up ads for astorybeforebed.com.

At least three of the bloggers whose content appears on that site did not give you permission.

Please contact me to discuss your plans for compensating me for this use of my intellectual property.

I checked literacyintheclassroom.com a few minutes after posting this, and my content seems to have disappeared from the site, and the title of my blog seems to have disappeared from the blogroll.  I contacted two other bloggers whose content still appears on the site; both of them say they did not grant permission.

Update: Hillel from jacksonfish.com posted a comment on another thread, quibbling a little with my characterization of what happened, but deleting my republished content, apologizing, and offering a free subscription to astorybeforebed.com.