On July 29th, OUP USA President Tim Barton published a detailed overview and position statement regarding the AAP/Authors Guild Settlement with Google which can be found here (behind a paywall). The full text of his article appears below. In September 2009 Tim Barton and OUP USA General Counsel Barbara Cohen contributed to a Q & […]
The podictionary word of the week is “w”.
The podictionary word of the week is “magnet”.
The podictionary word of the week is “truffle”.
A look at the word “kettle”.
Evan Schnittman tells us a tale of past marketing success that may help publishing move forward.
Evan Schnittman sings the praises of CafeScribe.
Google and libraries are doing something they need a license to do – and rather than ask for one, they are asking the copyright holders to provide a list of properties they wish to protect or not include in this program.
Consumer choice and publisher dilemma in the era of Google Book Search.
This week we present the first installment of Evan’s series on “The ABC’s of Google Book Search.” With his help, we hope to untangle the intricacies, and express our excitement, about the future of publishing.
The opening line of William MacNamara’s story “Publishers seek to play Google at its own game” ominously portends “Publishers are racing to digitize their books as they seek to counter the threat posed by the internet giant Google.”