Sunday, September 11, 2011

IS THERE FREE DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE FOR PAULO COELHO BOOKS VIA PAULO COELHO OWN BLOG - ISN'T IT AWESOME! YES IF IT WERE A REALITY?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulo_Coelho

I don't know ;) Search in http://paulocoelhoblog.com.

Considering the fact what Wikipedia says, he may well have ;) that would be awesome. Wikipedia is another name for Awesome. I'll call Wikipedia from now on Awesompedia!

"File sharing

Paulo Coelho is a strong advocate of spreading his books through peer-to-peer file sharing networks. A fan posted a Russian translation of one of his novels online. Sales of his book jumped from 3,000 to one million in three years, with no additional promotion or publicity from his publishers.[18][19] Coelho took to pirating his own books on The Pirate Bay. Coelho provides free translations of many of his books.[20] He was caught by the head of HarperCollins, Jane Friedman, who noticed that one of the unauthorized versions Coelho linked to had notes from his own manuscript.[21] The two reached a compromise: each month a new novel can be read for free on the publisher's website.[21][22] Due to the openness regarding his content, author Jeff Jarvis named Coelho 'the Googliest author' in his book What Would Google Do.[21]"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulo_Coelho
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Google I've not given any P2P links. Nor I've given any link to Paulo Coelho blog page that shows English, Portuguese, Farsi or any other language downloads that are available on Paulo Coelho site. Therefore, please don't tell me that I'm in violation. I've no idea what violation is:
1. Even when I share a video. I've to think like 1000 times before sharing it. Therefore, I've to share only the videos owned by famous companies: VEVO or any other. I don't want to share those videos all the time.
2. How to move around and share those links when my only intent is educate, share and make learning easy and NOT to make money.
3. Do I've to write these things again?

If ever a Google representative comes across this statement. Please, let me know, what to do about it ;)

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