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date: 23 June 2024

eBook 

Source:
A Dictionary of Publishing
Author(s):

Adrian Bullock,

Chris Jennings,

Nicola Timbrell

Can also be e-book, or ebook. Formed from electronic book and first used in this form by Michael Hart in 1971 when he formed Project Gutenberg and digitized the United States Declaration of Independence. The term eBook is used to mean the digital publication that is created to be read on any device with a screen; however, devices such as the ... ...

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