Saturday, March 12, 2011

A little article that I'm proud of

I've been writing for examiner.com now for around two months and last week, I did an article that I'm really proud of. It's about the illegal downloading of comics from the Internet. Here's an excerpt from the article.
An employee of a local comics shop remarked that he could see people come in and browse new releases and comment that instead of spending their money on new comics, they would just download it later. This is exactly how the online piracy issue affects comics on the local level first. This is the type of downloading that goes past the 'lending of books,' as Neil Gaiman characterized it, and into the realm of robbing local retailers of revenue.

Continue reading on Examiner.com: Illegally downloading comics hurts local shops, not publishers.

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