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Lessons from Musicblogocide: How eBook Reviewers Can Protect Their Work


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#1 of 2 Ockeghem

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Posted February 12 2010 - 08:50 AM

I thought that this might be of interest to some.

Lessons from Musicblogocide: How eBook Reviewers Can Protect Their Work


Yesterday we reported that Google has deleted a number of popular music blogs--erasing years worth of writing and music criticism--over copyright violations. The event has been dubbed Musicblogocide. Concerned about the rights of digital book reviewers, we caught up with NetGalley sales and marketing director Susan Ruszala--looking for some proactive advice. NetGalley helps a long list of publishers provide... read more>>
http://www.mediabist...work_152012.asp

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#2 of 2 Chris Lockwood

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Posted February 26 2010 - 09:22 AM

It's always a good idea to host your blog on your own site, then you have control over it.