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October 5, 2012
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Get Your No-DRM On (just not through Amazon)
Cory Doctorow's announcement that he is direct-selling the (professionally done) audiobook version of his recent Pirate Cinema reminds us that one of the big problems with mainstream online retail outlets (*cough*Amazon*cough*iTunes*cough*Audible*cough*) is that they all refuse to carry DRM-free titles. Even though the publisher (in this case Random House Audio) is perfectly willing to make the high-quality title and wants it sold, the retailers are blocking it. Get a freaking clue, already, guys.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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