For your summer reading, The Star brings you a free new epub of Ciaran O’Driscoll’s chapbook, Gog and Magog to make you feel the verse.
The Library of Congress has digitized and released 2,500 Japanese wood block prints into the public domain, just for you. We give you a taste.
Pepper and Carrot moves from comic strip to animation in today’s Free Thing.
On a theme of digital activism and community comes Zeynep Tüfekçi’s latest book to help you clarify your thinking.
Continuing our attempts to open up education and bring you more stuff, we bring to you an new book born of controversy.
3D printing for teachers, students, and the merely curious in today’s Free Thing, which focuses on basic cryptography by building a wheel to solve the Caesar Cipher and others.
More in our week of giving you free stuff: an album by Bomb the Music Industry! to remind you what punk is all about.
This week we take you back to school, so that you can change it all.
“How can I make money if I give my work away?” This week’s Free Thing answers that old question, courtesy of Paul Stacey, Sarah Hinchliff Pearson, and a host of businesses from Wikipedia to Cards Against Humanity.
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