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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-12-03)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for December 2014 CONTENTS * Content welcome! * New eBook listings from November 2014 (yes, we post eBooks from the full month prior to this month’s newsletter) * Content welcome! If you are aware of a project, service, new eBook or anything else of interest to Project Gutenberg newsletter […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-11-06)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for November 2014 CONTENTS * New eBook listings from October 2014 (yes, we post eBooks from the full month prior to this month’s newsletter) ~ ~ ~ ~ Posting Dates for the below eBooks: 1 Oct 2014 to 31 Oct 2014 ~ ~ ~ ~ TITLE and AUTHOR ETEXT […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-10-01)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for October 2014 CONTENTS * Digital Library in Minas Gerais, Brazil * Outernet Launches * New eBook listings so far from September 2014 * Digital Library in Minas Gerais, Brazil “The State of Minas Gerais has the largest network of Technological Vocational Centers – now improved to hubs that […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-09-03)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for September 2014 CONTENTS * TPP: Getting involved * Our first eBook in Farsi * CD/DVD ISO back online * Trouble for Amazon Kindle users * Roboting/harvesting advice * Thank you for your donations! * New eBook listings from August 2014 * TPP: Getting involved Have you heard of […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-08-11)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for August 2014 CONTENTS * Outernet affiliation * MARC back online, and CD/DVD ISO maker is nearly back * New eBook listings from July 2014 * Outernet affiliation Outernet is a new Project Gutenberg affiliate. Here is information about their activity, which officially launches on Monday August 11: “Today […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-07-02)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for June-July 2014 CONTENTS * Happy birthday to Project Gutenberg! * The BookLand project * Offline catalog update & impact * Bookshelves still undergoing revitalization * New eBook listings from May & June 2014 * Happy birthday to Project Gutenberg! On July 4, 1971, Michael Hart created the first […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-05-09)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for April-May 2014. CONTENTS * Editorial content * Bookshelves undergoing revitalization * David Price’s “In Progress” list has moved * “Thank you” message received * New eBook listings from March & April 2014 * Editorial content I have not had too many submissions of items for this and last […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2014-03-05)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for March 2014. CONTENTS * Michael Hart’s birthday * Read an eBook Week * New eBook listings from February 2014 * Michael Hart’s birthday Michael Hart’s birthday 67th birthday would have been Thursday March 6, 2014. In commemoration, long-time friend Jim Berger has written some reflections. The reflections, and […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2013-12-05)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for December 2013. CONTENTS * Meetup interest? * Newest eBook listings * Meetup interest? Are you involved with Meetups? http://meetupeverywhere.tumblr.com/What-is-Meetup-Everywhere Project Gutenberg is interested in fostering any type of positive interaction around freely available literary works. If you know of a Project Gutenberg Meetup, or are interested in starting […]

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PG Monthly Newsletter (2013-11-07)

This is the Project Gutenberg Newsletter for November 2013. CONTENTS * World Public Libary video * Notable new book series: Warren Commission * Newest eBook listings * World Public Libary video Congratulations to the World Public Library on a new video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRKWe0N4v9M&feature=youtu.be This video tells the story and vision of the WPL, in a broad […]

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