Being literate is hot again. To celebrate the digital rebirth (and increased accessibility) of the written word, Scribd is launching a month-long campaign to liberate documents from harddrives, heads, and hard back covers everywhere.
To kick off the campaign, Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson is sharing his headline-grabbing book “FREE” exclusively on Scribd — in full, for free, and with previously unreleased Wikipedia source citations.
Would you do it?
Chris Anderson would. In his latest book, “FREE,” Anderson boldly proclaims that the Internet is driving down the price of content to $0 and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s a must-read for Keynesian experts and Econ 101 failures alike.
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