Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Big Problems, Little Solutions: E-book Publishing Ideas Stolen from Gamers

Yesterday’s post generated a lot of interest. And emotion, yes, but mostly interest. If I can be allowed to revisit that post for a second, I’d like to sum the whole thing up like so: Ignore questions of infrastructure and the costs of ebook file development; those things are tangential to the current issue. What …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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Wizards of the Coast takes a… novel approach to dealing with PDF piracy

And by “novel”, I mean to say “utterly stupid and short-sighted.” Earlier this evening RPGNow, Paizo, and DriveThruRPG pulled all of their Wizards of the Coast PDF products (where both new and much much much older products were available) at WotC’s request.  The ability to purchase them ended at noon – the ability to download …

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