The explosion of publications on the web, in combination with
increasingly ubiquitous broadband networks, accessible from
ever-more mobile computing platforms, leads us to consider how
literature might serve as a collection of data to enable new
services on the web.
Why should techies have all the fun? The few publishers to embrace
open content focus primarily on technical books. But an increasing
number of artists and pop culture creators are seeking alternatives to
copy restricting their works. What works for Cory Doctorow's science
fiction can also work for graphic novels, art and coffee table books.
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