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message 1: by Rowena, Group Owner (new)

Rowena (rowenacherry) | 685 comments Mod
This is worth reading. Powerful literary agent, Richard Curtis reports on an interview with a pirate rejoicing in the moniker "The Real Caterpillar"

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Pauline (paulinebairdjones) | 24 comments Mod
I read the original article he is quoting from and am still speechles! Was just astounded. So many people think piracy started with ebooks. "I don't support ebooks because of piracy."

I wonder how many of these people would like it if their home was broken into? Do they think its somehow worse if someone steals a tv?

message 3: by Rowena, Group Owner (last edited Mar 01, 2010 06:08AM) (new)

Rowena (rowenacherry) | 685 comments Mod
I'm incredibly confused about this article because I seem to access two identical blogs. One has only 3 comments (from RowenaBCherry, Rebecca, and Flick) and the other has 16 comments, including those by the infamous "Jap".

message 4: by Rowena, Group Owner (new)

Rowena (rowenacherry) | 685 comments Mod

Richard Curtis discusses the wit and wisdom of "Jap" the pirate.

message 5: by Rowena, Group Owner (new)

Rowena (rowenacherry) | 685 comments Mod
Agent and publisher, Richard Curtis spotlights a massive instance of ebook piracy, where one enterprising pirate sold entire collections of big name authors' works for a few dollars,

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