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    Complete archive of Partisan Review now online

    by  • September 16, 2014 • ebooks • 0 Comments

    Partisan Review

    Founded in 1934 , Partisan Review magazine was one of the most significant cultural literary journals in the U.S. Throughout its 69-year history (with a brief interregnum in November 1936 to Nov. 1937), Partisan Review editors and contributors have viewed critically both liberal and conservative agendas. Apart from an early connection to the Communist...

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    Harper Collins starts watermarking eBooks

    by  • September 16, 2014 • ebooks • 0 Comments

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    This week HarperCollins and anti-piracy company Digimarc announced the debut of a new ebook watermarking system to enable the identification of leak points in the company’s supply chain. TorrentFreak caught up with the publisher to learn about its new anti-piracy solution and its overall anti-piracy strategy… Called Guardian Watermarking for Publishing, the system embeds...

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    That’s one way to back up your eBooks

    by  • June 25, 2014 • Books, ebooks • 0 Comments

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    “E-Book Backup” is England’s playful counter to Amazon and the DMCA, as well as an invitation for all of us to reexamine our ideas of ownership in digital space. The convenience of cheap and easy cloud storage is appealing, but we must ask ourselves: with these systems, what do we really own and control? While...

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    Tuesday Tech Tip: Editing ePub files

    by  • June 17, 2014 • ebooks • 0 Comments

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    The moment I figured out that ePub files are actually just a zip file full of HTML, CSS, and image files, it felt like something in my world just shifted a few degrees off it’s axis. Today’s tip is for those looking to edit or create from scratch their own ePub files. Head on...

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