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How to use google books to find free books and publications online
15 Mar 2010
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Curious how topics were trending before the internet? With Google's Ngram Viewer, you can use their Books Archive and see just that. Veronica shows you how on today's Tekzilla Daily.
26 Feb 2011
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Liana Evans of Search Marketing Gurus interviews Bryan Eisenberg of Future now about his upcoming book, "Always Be Testing: The Complete Guide to Google Website Optimizer" as well as about his first Keynote speech for SES Toronto. To learn more about Bryan's book, and even get a copy, come to SES San Jose! Full Transcript at: *******www.searchmarketinggurus****
8 Jul 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2009/03/new-york-scanned-and-indexed-by-google.html Google has scanned and indexed the entire archives of New York magazine. Issues spanning 40 years have been organized as part of Google Book Search. New York is one of the first magazines in the program which was announced in December. We sat down with New York top online exec Michael Silberman to talk about the Google project. Michael told me there is value in having the magazine indexed for both internal use and external brand building. The program does not yet provide any direct revenue to New York, he says in this interview. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
3 Mar 2009
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009 MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- Google has been making progress with its Google Book Search project, having scanned and indexed 7 million volumes, but it will vastly expand if a settlement with authors and publishers is approved by a U.S. Federal court in Manhattan. The settlement decision is expected sometime in Q4 of this year. The agreement covers authors with who hold copyrights in the United States. If the settlement is approved, Google will expand the project globally. Books_sm2 We sat down with Google spokesperson Gabriel Stricker who explained the process and what the approval will mean for users of Google and authors of "orphan" books which are out of print but still have copyright protection. While amount of money for authors in the settlement is just $60 per title, there will be other fees in the form of sharing in e-commerce, search and advertising. Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch wrote about the pending settlement and payment to authors back in February. There have been some high profile objections to the settlement, including Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive founder, who wrote an op-ed in yesterday's Washington Post titled "Book Grab." His article is getting quite a lot attention including this piece on the WSJ**** So just how does Google scan all those books? The company declined to provide a demonstration to Beet.TV. Stephen Shankland at CNET News**** wrote a post a couple weeks back which reveals the process as demonstrated in diagrams filed by Google for a patent. Follows is an automated, unedited transcript of the interview with Google spokesperson Gabriel Stricker. At Google we have this program product called book search. And we have scanned and indexed over seven million books. Because sometimes the answers people are looking for can be found inside of those pages. -- the product exists today and it's very popular and people love it. There are some books that are in the public domain which you can read and access the entire book. They're out of copyright and so those books you can actually download a PDF copy for your own and do what you want to do with -- and could not read it and son on. They're some books that are in print, obviously in copyright. And those books if you do searches and book search for "freekenonomics" you'd find that as an example right where. You'll see just a portion of the book but what the publisher has instructed us to show. But the books that are in copyright but out of print which is really the crux of the settlement agreement between us and the authors guild and AAP.... for those books we only show snippet views. Because that's what law allows under fair use. And we came to an agreement with AAP and authors guild to allow us, that it pending the approval of the court. To allow us to show more than just the snippet view which we think will be really beneficial to users. To allow them to access more and more of the book. And again pending approval from the court the idea is also to create a new revenue stream because if you're if if if you have a case where you have a book that's. Out of print. That offer has limited ability to make money off of that book and the idea behind this pending approval. Is to create a new source of revenue. Where we would actually be able to sell access to those books that are out of print but yet in -- -- I'm and so that's kind of what's to come the reality is is that we have a legal process that we have to abide by right now. And so it's clear that the part of the agreement that will be enabled. Once it's approved by the courts is not yet visible for users but we're hoping that. That will continue to progress on -- and that is the ultimate promise -- and actually the ultimate promise of a book search. Is to make all the world's books not just the ones we've scanned and as the program continues on and continues on that someday all the world's books will someday be accessible to users. 8:00 PM ET Update: The New York Times is reporting in a related story that Google has settled digital book rights ...
30 May 2009
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Blog: *******www.LaneVids**** (GO THERE!) Main YouTube: *******YouTube****/LaneVid (SUBSCRIBE!!) Vlog YouTube: *******YouTube****/L4anyrat (SUBSCRIBE!!) Twitter: *******twitter****/Lanevids (FOLLOW ME!) I was listening to TWiT with Leo Laporte and friends, and they were talking about Google Books. What are your thoughts. Then I went to OneWebDay in Lafayette, LA to see what is happening in Louisiana in regards to the internet. Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 Sep 2009
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BY MELISSA ROADMAN ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource business video news analysis from Newsy Google had a big idea. Publish 12 million old books...online. Problem is, not all the authors gave the OK... they’re dead. Now a federal judge says -- until Google can work out better details on compensation and ensure they aren’t violating anti-trust laws -- this book release is on hold. Here’s KPIX. “Yesterday a federal judge rejected a $125 million legal settlement that Google worked out with groups representing authors and publishers. He ruled that the deal was anti-competitive but the judge did not completely kill this project, which would make millions of out of print books available on the Internet.” A Los Angeles Times reporter says, the deal Google proposed during the settlement would have given compensation to the authors, but problems arose because Google did not get everyone’s consent. “Google scans most of its books without asking permission from their authors, many of whom are deceased or otherwise unreachable. Under the rejected settlement, authors and publishers would have been able to claim 70 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their books, with Google keeping 30 percent.” New York Federal District Judge Denny Chin suggested creating an “opt-in” option for authors and publishers. A Politico reporter simplifies it by saying... “In other words, rather than the onus be on publishers to deny permission to Google, Google instead would be tasked with receiving permission from copyright holders before it could scan books and place them online.” A writer for The New Yorker says he foresaw this problem a long time ago. “In 2007, I wrote about the Google Books project and laid out the dilemma: bringing forgotten and out-of-print books back to public notice, but at possible risk to the financial rights of the authors of those works. It was a hard problem then. It still is.” A Forbes magazine writer agrees Google shouldn’t have published the works without permission, but he suggests an alternative for paying for the books when the author can’t be contacted. “Google definitely strained the rules of the game, to say the least, by just going ahead and digitizing so many books without permission. But Google did do it, and I am confident most people are secretly glad they did...Charge some optional admission, like we charge for museums, and use the proceeds to pay off claimants to the orphaned works.” In court, Google representatives said the opt-in plan would not be viable, but the company plans to continue to amend its plan until the courts approve it. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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1. Google's Marissa Mayer Keynote Speech At Google I/O Conference, 2. Online Real Estate Search Site Trulia Launches Snaphot, 3. Mobile Ad Revenue To Hit $10 Billion By 2013: Heavy Reading Study
31 May 2008
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Google made a big announcement today that will literally affect millions of people - they're giving a free gift just in time for the holidays. Starting today, you can get free Wi-Fi at over 47 national airports until January 15th, 2010. Where are the airports? We have all the details. Also, Esquire Magazine has done something moxie-nomenal (phenomenal). They've issued today their first ever augmented reality issue that literally will change the format of publications and media as we know it. Once you see what this magazine can do with just a simple webcam, you will be absolutely amazed. It's also our beginning of several episodes that will show you the perfect, moxiest holiday gifts for your family - this one is for the child or children in your life. Reading a book is important and fun, but what makes it better is what Fun Zone has done - they allow you to record your voice reading the book so your child, grandchild, nephew, niece or family friend can hear you read them a story any time of the day. How awesome is that? To order this wonderful moxie tech gift, please click here. Please remember to support our show by supporting our sponsors! This episode is sponsored by SquareSpace**** - the BEST place to create a blog or website for your personal or professional life. You don't need to know how to program and SquareSpace makes your website look so professional, you'd think you spent a ton of money on it. But guess what? All you need to do is you the promo code MOXIE and you will save 12% off your entire membership - the best deal that ANY podcast has! Check SquareSpace out and start your website today! Follow me on Twitter by clicking here!
21 Dec 2009
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*******www.BestGuide.us/ebook -- Get detailed information on Ebooks here. A complete guide on Free Ereader Books absolutely free! Unlimited Ebooks For The Ipad Download Any Book Directly To Your Ipad! • Get access to the fastest iPad downloads on the net! • Get unlimited access, no restrictions! • Unlimited free Novels, Comics, Newspapers & more! • Free 24 hour Technical Support • No monthly or "Pay Per Download" fees • Huge Media Selection - over 30,000+ titles available! All Your Favorite Genres: • Bestsellers • Non-Fiction • Business • Classics • Mystery & Thrillers • Children's Books • Fiction • Romance • and more... Start Reading Your Favorite Books Today… Including TOP 10 Best Sellers! Compatible with Ipad, Iphone, Ipod Touch Simply Visit: *******www.BestGuide.us/ebook
25 Oct 2010
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*******www.BestGuide.us/ebook -- Get detailed information on Ebooks here. A complete guide on Free Ereader Books absolutely free! Unlimited Ebooks For The Ipad Download Any Book Directly To Your Ipad! • Get access to the fastest iPad downloads on the net! • Get unlimited access, no restrictions! • Unlimited free Novels, Comics, Newspapers & more! • Free 24 hour Technical Support • No monthly or "Pay Per Download" fees • Huge Media Selection - over 30,000+ titles available! All Your Favorite Genres: • Bestsellers • Non-Fiction • Business • Classics • Mystery & Thrillers • Children's Books • Fiction • Romance • and more... Start Reading Your Favorite Books Today… Including TOP 10 Best Sellers! Compatible with Ipad, Iphone, Ipod Touch Simply Visit: *******www.BestGuide.us/ebook
7 Dec 2010
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Remembering Steve Jobs. Plus, the Apple iPhone 4S announcement, Samsung Galaxy Nexus full specs are revealed, and Infinity Blade 2 for iOS.
7 Oct 2011
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