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Publishing News: Tor sets content free

Macmillan's imprints under publisher Tom Doherty Associates will be DRM-free come July, Harvard opens access to its data and research, and Felix Salmon suggests the NYT sell its scoops to hedge funds.
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Humor : Boing Boing (10 months ago)

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Genres / Fantasy : Fantasy & Sci Fi Lovin' News & Reviews (3 years ago)

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Technology : ReadWriteWeb (3 years ago)

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Genres / Sci Fi : Whatever (3 years ago)

This is pretty big publishing news: Tom Doherty Associates, an imprint of Macmillan and the publisher of most of my science fiction work, has announced they plan to ditch DRM entirely. Here’s the release that’s going out about it. T...

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