> Thought this approach might interest people - https://unglue.it/
Hmm. As an italophile and Italian speaker, I'm not impressed by the nicking of a domain in .it for an English website. Though I know that there's a long and inglorious history of this in the last decade or so :(
> Crowd funding (tempted to wonder of the difference between crowd
> funding and a public service?) the purchasing of a CC licence for a
It is an interesting idea, and crowdsourcing income is a known if niche model (I know of an Internet radio station that's entirely supported by voluntary listener contributions and does pretty well). It would be a good way of getting out-of-print books back into circulation, at the very least. Thanks for the tip-off, Pat.
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