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There goes the digital economy

By Op-Ed Editor | November 17, 2008

Future of blogging: big and dumb. Based on the selling eyeballs model, it becomes kinda like TV in the vast wasteland days.

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Harvard cuts itself off from digital world

By Op-Ed Editor | November 4, 2008

Now that Google has reached an agreement in which rightsholders will be paid for use of their work on Google’s bookscanning project, Harvard has decided it will not make copyright works in its library available for copying. Just doesn’t wanna run the risk of having to pay for other people’s work. Fortunately Google will have other sources of books to scan.

[Thanks to the Canadian Magazines blog for the link.]

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