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The future of books that no one is reading.

BLDGBLOG, a true gem of original content about buildings and land use and culture, has a long lovely post on the future warehouse of unwanted books. Starting with a description of the British Library’s giant new warehouse, it goes on … Continue reading

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fair but wrong, some thoughts about DRM from the British Library among others

British Library says that DRM makes it tough to do its job. Libraries are allowed to give access to, copy and distribute items through “fair dealing” and “library privilege” clauses in copyright law. But as publishers attempt to stop the … Continue reading

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