How the New York Public Library made ebooks open, and thus one trillion times better

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Leonard Richardson isn’t just the author of Constellation Games , one of the best debut novels I ever read and certainly one of the best books I read in 2013; he’s also an extremely talented free/open source server-software developer who has been working for the New York Public Library on a software project that liberates every part of the electronic book lending system from any kind of proprietary lock-in, and, in the process, made reading library ebooks one trillion times better. (more…)

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How the New York Public Library made ebooks open, and thus one trillion times better

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