Droit de lecture et ePub. On parle peu chez les éditeurs des conditions d'usages très restrictives qui sont proposés avec les fichiers ePub (ou Kindle) quand vous les achetez sur les plate-formes des différents revendeurs.
Pour contrebalancer les annonces récentes de la BNF qui donne des exclusivités à certains sites avec des offres payantes (cela à grand renfort de publicité), rappeler les neuf sites incontournables pour...
« Est-il éthiquement et politiquement comparable de déposer et diffuser une publication sur des réseaux sociaux de chercheurs ou dans une archive ouverte institutionnelle (type HAL ou ORBi), comme bien des chercheurs semblent le penser ?
When Holtzbrinck, parent company of Macmillan, announced it was dropping restrictive DRM from its books on the German trade publication market, David Rothman wrote, “Let’s hope that the German-owned Bertelsmann, a major owner of Penguin Random...
Mary Jarvis of Cornell University, a campus correspondent for USA Today, tells how college students are coping with outrageous textbook prices—sometimes with cameras or copying machines. I’m delighted to see realistic articles like hers.
The library e-book market is heating up, with Big Five publishers granting more flexible terms to libraries, says Library Journal. In the past, publishers feared that consumers would not buy e-books if library books were available.
As e-reading becomes more and more common, and tablets become cheaper and cheaper, many people who haven’t previously been into e-reading but might be considering trying it out might be wondering what to get.
With a price of nearly a thousand dollars and limited format support (PDF only), Sony's 13.3" E-ink writing is a tough sell for most users. While there are some business use cases, the average consumer has to work hard to justify the expense.
By Ingrid Süßmann For the third year in a row, Matthias Matting (founder of selfpublishingbibel.de, Germany’s go-to source of information about self-publishing) and Hilke-Gesa Bußmann have conducted a poll among German indie authors to shed a light...
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