Random House & Amazon Launch Digitization Project
“As Google put thousands of public domain books online Thursday, Amazon.com responded by announcing plans to allow people to read books on the Web.
“Meanwhile, Random House, the world’s largest publisher of trade books, said it had come up with a business model for allowing people to pay to view its books on the Internet.”
Elinor Mills. Amazon, Random House Throw Book at Google. News.com. Nov. 3, 2005.
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