A Guide to E‑Books (and 100 E‑Text Classics)

A quick fyi: Mark Glaser at PBS’s Medi­aShift has just pub­lished a handy guide to e‑books. It cov­ers the his­to­ry of e‑books, the com­pet­ing e‑book read­ers, the pros and cons of work­ing with e‑books, what Google and Apple are now doing in this space, and more. Good stuff.

Sep­a­rate­ly, I also want­ed to flag a col­lec­tion that fea­tures e‑texts of 100 major lit­er­ary clas­sics. You’ll find it over at universitiesandcolleges.org.

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