Google and Amazon race to sell books by the page

By Edward Wyatt The New York Times
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2005

In a race to become the iTunes of the publishing world, Amazon.com and Google are both developing systems to allow consumers to purchase online access to any page, section or chapter of a book. These programs would combine their already available systems of searching books online with a commercial component that could revolutionize the way that people read books. (NYT in IHT)

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