Following closely in the digital footsteps of the University of California Press, the Getty Center in Los Angeles yesterday made 250 of its art books freely available online.
A new eBook is aiming to make that starscape engaging for everyone, including the visually impaired.
The University of California’s storied academic imprint is making freely available online 700 titles published between 1984 and 2004, Open Culture has reported.
When ebooks and ereaders caught on, they brought about the indomitable rise of a once-languishing genre: romance novels. But they’re not alone; other titles in other genres are benefitting from the anonymity of ereader packaging. One book that’s seen a big boost? Hitler’s Mein Kampf.