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Sunday, February 06, 2011

Stanford Law Review as Ebook: Kindle, Nook and iPad

My friend and co-blogger Alan Childress's venture, Quid Pro Books, has helped the Stanford Law Review become the first general law review to publish in an ebook version.  Volume 63, Issue 1 is now available for Kindle, Nook, and in the Apple iTunes store.  See more details at Legal Profession Blog.

Quid Pro Books also re-releases out of print classics in print and ebook formats.  I was delighted to connect Alan with Susan Neiman, who republished her account of Berlin in the years before the fall of the Wall, Slow Fire: Jewish Notes from Berlin. 

For more information, follow the above link to Quid Pro's website.

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw on February 6, 2011 at 06:50 AM in Books, Information and Technology | Permalink

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