Unintimidated by lawsuits, Boundless presses on with public launch
“We aren’t intimidated by the lawsuits,” says Boundless co-founder Ariel Diaz to TechCrunch, “as their sole purpose seems intent on stifling innovation from edtech startups like ours.”
Well, ok then. After a year of private release, digital textbook provider Boundless went live with the public beta release of its product yesterday, meaning now anyone can sign up to access its free (yes, free, hence the lawsuits from publishers) textbook offerings in Psychology, Economics, Biology, Sociology, American History, Writing, and Anatomy & Physiology.
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