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This is Literate Machine

Sunday June 08th 2008, 4:39 pm

Literate Machine is a site we’ve been working on for a while now, and we’re finally unveiling it. The code is based on Drupal, heavily modified by yours truly, and to be modified even more in the future.

The site allows anyone to put up digital comics, magazines, ebooks or other digital media and sell it, and we handle the credit card transactions. You can also put stuff up for free, or simply use the site as a promotional tool. The site offers community tools that help readers connect with one another, with creators, and creators to connect with each other. You only pay anything if you sell something, and then only a percentage of whatever you sell it for. The site is otherwise completely free, so if you just want to put up free work it won’t cost you anything, and if you do want to put something up for sale there’s no risk or investment needed.

Pretty neat, huh?

Go check out Literate Machine


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