UPDATE: Google Book Search finally posted on it.
There is no mention of it on Inside Google Book Search at least not yet (though they do now allow yo
iu to add GBS to yoiur website, a fairly nifty feature).
I am able to download Dante’s Divina Commedia. Which is absolutely amazing. Wow. Usage must be oncommercial and also must retain the Google Watermark. Seems pretty fair. Does this make Google an e-book publisher?
I like the idea of downloading classics, and I do not mind if it is Google, Penguin, HarperCollins or Nonsuch who provide them. It does strike me that this product a revenueless one. Considering the effort Google and others have gone to to get this off the ground is it realistic to belive that they will simply allow downloads for free?
I guess it is.
Fearing the day I have to pay