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What is E-Publishing? : How the history of book digitization evolved from the Gutenberg Project to Kindle

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Taking a Trip Down Memory Lane: The History of Ebooks

By Christopher Harris 

This article, published by Digital Publishing 101, discusses a brief history of ebooks. 2,215 more words


Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to digitise and archive books and other cultural works and make them freely available on the internet.

It was started in 1971 by Michael Hart, a student at the University of Illinois. 317 more words


Literary Studies and Discoveries: Visit the Archive at Project Gutenberg!

Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org) deserves its well-earned position as the largest digital archive available, replete of E-books in the public domain for easy download to most electronic devices. 214 more words

Literary Serenity

Muhammad S.A.W.: Suatu catatan dari catatan

Buku “The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History” ditulis oleh Michael Hart dan diterbitkan tahun 1978.  Dalam bukunya itu, Michael Hart menempatkan Nabi Muhammad S.A.W pada urutan ke-1 dari 100 orang yang berpengaruh di dunia sepanjang sejarah manusia. 475 more words


"Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them"*...

People think of reading as the introvert’s hobby: A quiet activity for a person who likes quiet, save for the voices in their head. But in the 5,000 or so years humans have been writing, reading as we conceive it, an asocial solo activity with a book, is a relatively new form of leisure.

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