‘free’ and associated media

Maybe you’ve been following the publication of Free: The Future of a Radical Price by Chris Anderson. Or not. In any case, let me sum up and point you to some media if you are intersted. I know some of you are wondering if the information you now access online for free will always be so. Distributors are struggling with the idea of a new/emerging business model. In any case, the discussion surrounding this publication has been pretty interesting.

On a related note, here’s a link to a discussion about the dilemma of producing revenue in an environment where the consumer expects online resources to be free.


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