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Readers Against DRM (RAD!)

Thanks to the suggestion of a supporter who is not a librarian, Nina created these new logos for everyone else--for all readers:

Please use these images in support of our work against DRM with the Readers' Bill of Rights for Digital Books. What is DRM?

These images are released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. Please cite http://readersbillofrights.info

♡ Copying is an act of love. Please copy.

The graphics were created for us by cartoonist and QuestionCopyright.org artist-in-residence Nina Paley. You can support Nina's work and view her amazing and Creative Commons licensed film, Sita Sings the Blues, over at her website.

Update: SVG Files are now attached (below)!

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RAD_diamond.png26.71 KB
RAD_semicircle.png57.59 KB
RAD_diamond.svg28.91 KB
RAD_semicircle.svg30.05 KB

Readers (and Librarians) against DRM

It's nice to see left-handed power getting the exposure it deserves. I crafted a similar logo in my college days for a mockumentary about left-handedness. Mine was deliberately chosen. In my mind's eye, I see the logo designers holding up a (left) fist to see where the fingers and thumbs were arranged, and drawing (right-handed) what they saw. Nice homage to lefties, however it came about.

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