O’Reilly makes its Open Government book freely available to honor Aaron Swartz

January 20, 2013 by
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The great technology publisher O’Reilly is making its Open Government book files available for free for anyone to download, read and share. The files are posted on the O’Reilly Media GitHub account as PDF, Mobi, and EPUB files for now.

Be sure to check out Chapter 25, “When Is Transparency Useful?” by Aaron Swartz.


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