Justin Woods

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fastcompany:


The party line on piracy is that it’s bad for business. But what to make of the case of “Go the Fuck to Sleep,” the “children’s book for adults” whose viral-pirate PDF launched the book to the number-one spot on Amazon.com a month before its release?

How Viral PDFs Of A Naughty Bedtime Book Exploded The Old Publishing Model

I f**king love it!

fastcompany:

The party line on piracy is that it’s bad for business. But what to make of the case of “Go the Fuck to Sleep,” the “children’s book for adults” whose viral-pirate PDF launched the book to the number-one spot on Amazon.com a month before its release?

How Viral PDFs Of A Naughty Bedtime Book Exploded The Old Publishing Model

I f**king love it!

(via fastcompany)

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    I f**king love it!
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    “But in this particular case, fighting piracy may not be doing a serivce to the book. Piracy, it seems, is what has...
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    Tumblr needs this book.
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