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August 14, 2010


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Andy Abramson


I refer to the "walled garden" with respect to the content curation. They are picking and choosing, which is their right.


I was excited about the free WSJ content. I thought of it more like the barns and noble idea, where you can read all their books from a nook while in their store.

I don't see the "walled garden" you are talking about? Are they blocking access to everything else except their walled garden?

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