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Cory Doctorow at 8:33 am Wed, Feb 20, 2013
Nice review. I recommend reading the comments as well. I’m guessing the commentors probably aren’t BoingBoing regulars.
Congrats, Cory. That’s awesome. It’s hard enough getting *any* kind of review, anywhere. And to get such a glowing one in such a prominent publication is a real triumph. Again, congratulations!
It’ll sell more copies, which is cool I guess. But is being embraced by the elite’s primary mouthpiece and promulgator a sign that you’ve really done something right?
Let the navel gazing begin!
Millie: Yes it is, because it means Cory is reaching a larger audience for his messages.