Instead of copyrighting his work and hoping to sell books, he gives his work away for free. This not only helps spread the popularity of his work. It creates a whole new option to help new and existing writers share their content with others in the mosh pit that is the internet. If you are an independent artist and want to increase the popularity of your work, I suggest you follow in the steps of Cory Doctorow. I believe with his voice and copyleft licenses he has and will continue to change the way our books, movies, music and other content is ...
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