Cinq a Six | Apr 26, 2013 | 11:47

E-lending and the future of libraries

Book publishers seem to be more open than they used to be, to letting librairies lend out e-book versions of their titles.Simon and Schuster decided to change its policy of withholding ebooks from libraries earlier this month.

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