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'Ask Here PA' Has Answered More Than 125,000 Questions PITTSBURGH, Dec.
Google has settled several copyright suits with the publishing consortium Association of American Publishers and the Authors Guild, clearing the way for the company to provide online access to copyrighted books.
Google Inc has reached a legal settlement with authors and major publishers that paves the way for readers to search through millions of copyrighted books online, browse passages and purchase copies.
Arts and Labs Co-chairs Mike McCurry and Mark McKinnon released the following statement on the Google settlement with the American Association of Publishers: "This settlement shows that creators' rights and consumer benefit can go hand-in-hand in the Internet age.
CAMPBELL, Calif., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- In today's economic climate, financial literacy is crucial. HotChalk, the first online education resource connecting teachers, students and parents, surveyed over 500 teachers regarding financial literacy education for K - 12 students. Results were stunning.
NEW YORK, Oct.
By Abram, Stephen Our reputation will play out in the social Web space as much as anywhere else. We need to get good at this.
By Anonymous Vivisimo is helping customers and medical practitioners get the most out of search technology with three case studies it recently published on its website.
By West, Jessamyn Gordon, Rachel Singer Moving from the world of purchased content to rented content creates new challenges and ways of thinking about our collections.
By Eberhart, George From folksonomies to federated searches, reference databases are constantly evolving. Meet seven industry leaders who are driving those changes.
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