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Sunday, January 01, 2006

EBay accepts takedown notices for IP but not used medical devices.

Niche book publishing model.

National Geographic cases not granted cert. Read the comments for the full story.

Unsurprising but good to hear.

Next few links are from Peter Suber's OA News:
Canadian libraries digitize books.

This is cool. Given the inanity of the patent process, however, even well-documented prior art will wind up in the courts.

Distributed Scan. Not dissimilar from Gutenberg.

New-authorship-type paper on new authorship types.

Wikiversity concept.

Third way in publishing.



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