Open source magazine for teens lets readers copy its content

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We've seen proof on numerous occasions already that open source principles are not applicable only to software. There's the open source restaurant we covered earlier this year, for example — and the open source fashion label from a few years back. Now extending the concept into yet another category is HIP2B², a South African magazine for teens whose most recent issue is not just chocolate-scented, it also features entirely open source content. The brain child of Canonical founder and South African space tourist Mark Shuttleworth, HIP2B² aims to spur curiosity in science and maths among learners in grades 10, 11…

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