“Quirk Classics has typical quirky beginnings. As editorial director Jason Rekulak remembered it, he noticed what he called "creative copyright infringement" on the Internet: for example, TV shows taking movie trailer footage and inserting it into their own shows. He wondered how Quirk Books might do something like that without getting sued. This led him to write up two lists, one consisting of well-known public domain titles like War and Peace, Moby Dick and Jane Eyre. The other list was of "things to enhance" the titles that included pirates, ninjas, robots, monkeys and more. He drew a line between Pride and Prejudice and zombies. "As soon as I drew that line," he said. "I knew I had it."”
Full disclosure: Hm, I wonder what two groups of things I can draw lines between?
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