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Famous Scifi And Fantasy Authors In Their Workspaces


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Trademarks: the good, the bad and the ugly


Cory Doctorow takes on trademarks in his latest Guardian column: And that’s where it all starts

Cory Doctorow’s statement on Fox taking down his cc-licensed novel


My Creative Commons licensed, 2013 novel Homeland, the sequel to my 2008 novel Little Brother, spent four

Fox Censors Cory Doctorow’s “Homeland” Novel From Google


Copyfighter, journalist, sci-fi writer and Boing-Boing editor Cory Doctorow has fallen victim to the almighty

And what about all the stuff librarians have to teach us about using the net?


26 rolled her eyes. “Not so little, mate. She really knows her stuff. Getting good grades, apparently.” “Really? I thought you said you were in trouble at school?” She giggled. “I started checking out library books and bringing ’em down to the MP’s surgery, and did all my studying in his waiting room. At first I […]

Copyright wars are damaging the health of the internet


As usual, I’ll let Cory speak for himself. The internet is important, but the copyright wars

Cory Doctorow for Freedom to Read Week


Freedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and

Triangulation #92: Cory Doctorow


Journalist, science fiction author and co-editor of Boing Boing, Cory Doctorow, is this week’s guest.

Are you a “gluepot ninja”?


Cory Doctorow has brought the issue of libraries and HarperCollins eBooks (#hcod) to his column