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Eric Leese Morgan demonstrates how to quickly make a 12-page book by making a few cuts in the pages and fitting them together: About ten years ago I created about 20 handmade books of about 25 pages each. I … Continue reading
If you are involved with the selection or ordering process, then you are very likely to be familiar with searching for items by the International Standard Book Number, or ISBN. The newer, 13-digit ISBN is actually based on the European … Continue reading
Google has reached a settlement with the group of publishers who filed suit in 2005 over the book digitization project. It is a legal document with many elements, and I cannot hope to make an overall evaluation of the agreement … Continue reading
The New York Public Library is changing classification systems for their reference collection. Over the years they have used a unique system developed by their first library director, Dr. John Shaw Billings, appropriately named the Billings System. It hasn’t been … Continue reading