Archives for January 2018


What is is a place for individuals and institutions to join together in support of free ebooks. We work together to support authors, publishers, or other rights holders who want their ebooks to be free. We work together to provide durable and effective distribution for ebooks that are free. We support Creative Commons licensing as an enabling tool to “unglue” the ebooks. We are part of the Free Ebook Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization.

Why are all these ebooks free?

The ebooks available on have missions to accomplish. There are textbooks to help you learn. There is literature to open up your mind. There are books on technology to help you create. There are academic books that are spreading ideas. There are books that want to change your mind. And there are books that belong to all of us, that want to live into the future.

Freedom can help a book accomplish its mission, and that why the ebook is free. We call these books “unglued” and we call the process of making them free, “ungluing”.


A small team of developers and designers: BrianJake, and Mike. Collectively, They have a broad range of experience building things for the web—from side projects like Alchemy to working for companies like Ionic, Intuit, Flipboard and Amazon.

They employ pragmatic, functional, engineering-based principals to deliver results on a wide range of projects. These include websites, brand identities, and digital products.

JavaScript enthusiasts and enjoy working with the latest web technologies like React and Electron.


InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol
to make the web faster, safer, and more open.

The IPFS Project has grown into a large open source movement to re-decentralize the web, safeguard our data, and improve our applications.


well, ipfs smells like more fragmented than http.