The End of Publishing. Or Is It?

Smart and hope­ful. But you need to stick with it for a cou­ple of min­utes. A job well done…

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  • Avi Burstein says:

    It’s amaz­ing how the pub­lish­ing indus­try can end­less­ly lament about how peo­ple unfair­ly copy their con­tent, and then they go ahead and so shame­less­ly rip off the award-win­ning ‘Lost Gen­er­a­tion’ video with­out so much as a brief attri­bu­tion.

  • I was just about to com­ment the same thing, Avi. Doing a palin­dromesque poem on their indus­try is cool, but even the style of type and rhythm is iden­ti­cal! I’m in a place that does­n’t allow me to log in to YouTube, but it’d be worth post­ing a com­ment with link to the orig­i­nal. A cou­ple have vent­ed their spleens already, but with­out the link.

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