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Submission + - Hobbyist say goodbye to re-booted Satellite (

mustafap writes: ISEE3, the 36 year old former Nasa satellite, woken up by hobbyists as it passes the Moon yesterday. Attempts fire an engine burn failed but it's still able to perform useful science. Go hobbyist satellites! ( Check out AMSAT if you are interested in getting involved. )

Submission + - How to deliver a print magazine online, while avoiding piracy? 3

An anonymous reader writes: I work for a technical magazine that has been available in print for over 40 years. Moving to providing an alternative subscription available online has been hard; the electronic version is quickly pirated and easily available around the world each month.

We are a small company, and our survival depends not only on advertising but on the subscription fees.

Do any slashdotters have experience of delivering electronic magazines via a subscription service in a way that is cost effective and secure?

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