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  • This is win-win "freeconomics": because some pay a premium, everyone gets to graze for nothing.

    We Read It So You Don’t Have to: ‘Free’

  • The rise of "freeconomics" is being driven by the underlying technologies that power the Web.

    Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business

  • Then I find out that Chris Anderson, of Long tail fame, is writing a book on 'freeconomics'.

    Stephen's Lighthouse: February 2008 Archives

  • Since giving stuff away free online is a subject directly related to issues like Digital Rights Management, I found this Guardian interview with Wired editor Chris Anderson on his concept of 'freeconomics' fascinating reading, although I'm not sure I agree with everything he has to say by any means.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Lingham's interest in "freeconomics" started a couple of years before 2008.

    Muti

  • So, instead of trying to fight the Internet, the studios are best advised to ride the crest of "freeconomics" that is Korea. copyright 1999 - 2009 ohmynews all rights reserved.

    Ohmynews International

  • And just to throw out a rub: This is why "freeconomics" won't work, because it models an excessive pricing structure on one good to make up the "cost" of the other.

    Techdirt

  • Studios are best advised to ride the crest of 'freeconomics' that is Korea

    Ohmynews International

  • Rhodri Marsden investigates a mystery of digital-age 'freeconomics'

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • What's most interesting to me about this is the way that the 'freeconomics' model of most web businesses is providing opportunities for social interaction to those who have dropped out of or been abandoned by the traditional meatspace support systems

    Futurismic

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  • "Chris Anderson's Free unpacks a paradox of the online marketplace—people making money charging nothing.... Highlights:

    1. In November 2008, Monty Python gave away popular clips on YouTube. By February its DVD sales were up 23,000 percent on Amazon. This is win-win 'freeconomics': because some pay a premium, everyone gets to graze for nothing."

    —"We Read It So You Don't Have To: 'Free'," Newsweek, July 20, 2009

    July 21, 2009