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Friday, August 17, 2007

iPhone Literature

We knew it had to happen. The Associated Press reported that publisher HarperCollins announced on Wednesday that it has set up a special link that allows users to read excerpts of more than one dozen new releases, such as Ray Bradbury’s Now and Forever or Michael C. White’s Soul Catcher on their iPhones. Those who want to browse a book can view up to 10 pages of a book’s first two chapters. And of course, if the book is intriguing, you can check it out from your nearest library branch. Or, it may be available as an eBook or eAudiobook from the Fairfax County Public Library. All you need is your library card.

So does HarperCollins have it right? Are you going to be sampling best sellers on your mobile devices? Let us know.

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