LA Times: Atiz turns books digital without help from Google

March 7, 2009 on 7:22 pm | In News | No Comments

Digitizing books is all the rage these days, with the Kindle 2 being pimped on the “Daily Show,” Amazon allowing its e-books to be read on the iPhone and Barnes & Noble getting deeper into the digital book market. Google can now scan out-of-print and rare books and put them online, after it settled a lawsuit with book publishers in October, and a volunteer effort called Project Gutenberg is trying to turn hundreds of cultural works into 1s and 0s.

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