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from the website… (I edited the blurb for succinctness)

“Watch Neil Gaiman read The Graveyard Book on a 9-city video tour. At each stop on the tour, Neil will read one chapter. By the end of the tour, you will be able to watch The Graveyard Book in its entirety right here.”

I find it pretty cool that this kind of stuff happens. I don’t know who gets what kind of kickbacks on this, but the day and age of Metallica-like ferver over rights and piracy seem to have died down. (With notable exception of Prince’s people who religiously take down Youtube audio of any of his stuff.) I do understand we live in what I like to call a “capitalist” society and that people tend to want to “make money” on products they uh produce. Crazy. But at the same time, you have people who figure out a way to make things readily available to those of us who dont really “make money” and are really quite thrilled to watch it stream live and “free” online.

So, Mr. Gaiman, I am still miffed at the movie formerly known as “Coraline” but I am in a forgiving mood today. This made me *almost* forgive you. Maybe by the interlude you will be completely pardoned.


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