Sunday, June 6, 2010

DIY U, But Pay for Ms. Kamenetz's Book

So a book about the future of information being free, but individuals are expected to pay for a hard copy.
No free copy online? Plenty of people have proven that a free creative commons version online still supports the sale of books. I will only point to my own hard copy of Against Intellectual Monopoly that I bought after reading the entire book for free online. Thank you professors Boldrin and Levine.
Ms. Kamenetz, I will not be bothered to even read your generous chapter 6.

in reference to: Read the Book! » DIY U (view on Google Sidewiki)