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Thu, 11/04/2010 - 01:15
Andreas Kloeckner (not verified)

What non-commoditized role does a publisher have in this? I imagine they'll run your work through a spellchecker, run the server, and pocket the money?

Two key benefits of the Internet are a reduced need for intermediaries and open access to information. A publisher's interests fly in the face of each of those goals.



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