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Old 05-13-2011, 12:54 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by odiakkoh View Post
I haven't found one that explains the process.
Thats because they have not released the details:

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When Kindles become compatible later this year, all generations of the device will work with library books and won’t require any hardware upgrades, OverDrive’s Burleigh said.

"It is going to be compatible with all the existing books that [libraries] have, but we haven’t gone into detail yet as to how the whole process will work."
This is interesting.

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"Our help desk will be very happy," said Marsha Leclair-Marzolf, associate director for the Salt Lake County Library System. "A lot of people have purchased Nooks just because they know they can borrow from the library, so that’s been a deciding factor for many on which reader to buy."
No more nookie just based on that. Time to innovate.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/enterta...drive.html.csp

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