Crowdfunding site pays authors to release DRM-free e-books
E-books may have opened up a whole new medium for enjoying the world’s literature, but the DRM – digital rights management – technologies they’re often coupled with have also imposed new restrictions on the way that literature is shared. Enter Unglue.it, a new site from New Jersey-based Gluejar that uses crowdfunding to pay authors to “free” their work as e-books published under a Creative Commons license. READ MORE…

Crowdfunding site pays authors to release DRM-free e-books

E-books may have opened up a whole new medium for enjoying the world’s literature, but the DRM – digital rights management – technologies they’re often coupled with have also imposed new restrictions on the way that literature is shared. Enter Unglue.it, a new site from New Jersey-based Gluejar that uses crowdfunding to pay authors to “free” their work as e-books published under a Creative Commons license. READ MORE…

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