Electronic copies of all publications will be available free online, and hardcopy publications will be available on-demand for what we hope to be very modest prices–less expensive in many cases than users will be able to print on their own printers
It’s an intriguing concept and I wish him and his authors great success.
PS — Just my advice, but before you ask Milton to read your manuscript, get someone besides your mother to read it. Of course, the fact is that most people are unwilling to tell even a perfect stranger that his manuscript is terrible. We’re nice people. I’m nice. (Most of the time.) And I dread it when people send me manuscripts, because most aren’t very good. Some are marvelous — and there aren’t many in between. And I haven’t figured out a nice way to say, “You owe the English language an apology.”
So here’s the test. If people beg you to publish it, then it’s probably decent. If people are politely nice — “I can tell you really worked hard on this.” — don’t bother to send it in.
It’s also a good sign if the manuscript comes back from a friend with typos corrected — because people won’t usually waste their time correcting works they don’t appreciate.