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Red Hat founder's Lulu promotes self-publishing

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    rakib New Member Webmaster

    The venture allows writers, musicians, and filmmakers to self-publish their works and sell them without going through the traditional channels or giving up copyright.

    In 1994, Bob Young founded Red Hat, the popular Linux distribution vendor, in his wife's sewing closet. Now, the entrepreneur is giving others a chance to create a successful business in the same do-it-yourself way -- by self-publishing their creative projects through his new venture, Lulu Inc.

    Young formed Lulu in 2002 out of the same philosophy that inspired him to start Red Hat, he said. He saw a need in the marketplace for an alternative to an existing way of doing things, and so he set out to give customers a new option.

    For full story at Red Hat founder's Lulu promotes self-publishing | InfoWorld | News | 2007-04-17 | By Elizabeth Montalbano, IDG News Service

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