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September 04, 2013


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We made the entire source pulling and checking process digital saving tons of paper and ink. A place to start for many perhaps? It only required a pdf reader that allows you to highlight text and save, dropbox, and of course a scanner for when sources are only available in hard print.


If the entire publication process becomes electronic that'll be beneficial for government surveillance and corporate marketing. It's as simple as following the IP address to the requesting source, and buying info from companies (e.g. Amazon, Walmart, Barnes and Nobel, etc.) that retain person's identifying data and their IP addresses. When I was younger we were concerned that government not follow our reading lists. The red scare was still fresh in our minds. Now what has become important is convenience rather than privacy.

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