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You know what would be really great?

If this website, and our work, became totally irrelevant.

Just think: our whole campaign--the reason we created this website, the reason we're willing to donate our time and energy and why we are willing to confront personal fears of public speaking--could become totally unnecessary.

In reading all the posts and calls for revolution and other bills of rights that have been published in the last few days--about the HarperCollins situation (which I am also thankful for--because it has brought up a lot of topics we can't ignore) and beyond, I've been pretty heartened to think that the future that we want, that includes the freedom to read--in a digital format--might be possible.


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