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Amazon.com has given in to the Publisher’s Guild on the issue of text-to-speech capabilities in the Kindle 2. In their press release, Amazon states up front that “Kindle 2′s experimental text-to-speech feature is legal: no copy is made, no derivative … Continue reading
The Creative Commons blog has a thought-provoking post about CC licensed music. It seems that the latest Nine Inch Nails album, Ghost I-IV, is available under a CC license. This means that you can legally download it from any of … Continue reading
The Kirtas-BookSurge book digitization program has arrived, digitizing books from four libraries using Kirtas’ automated book scanning equipment and BookSurge’s position as an on-demand publishing subsidiary of Amazon.com. Open Access News has a great overview of it, including why it … Continue reading