eBooks for eComrades

Of all countries, North Korea has an elibrary online.

Oh, it gets better!

The library has a statement on the site that reads like a Creative Commons license.

Consulting, downloading and reproducing is allowed when reference is made to this webpage

The website carries a copyright notification from 2007. And, sure, it may be a bunch of old propaganda and not something that is otherwise collectible. But if the North Koreans can put a Creative Commons-esque license on something (and you know how they feel about sharing information otherwise), then what’s our big hang-up?

(I will accept comments only written using propaganda terms and phrases.)

One thought on “eBooks for eComrades

  1. The running dogs of the paper tiger that is the Capitalisto-Gutenbergian Complex fear the loss of control asnd profit such acts would bring.

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