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A grouping of ebooks in an electronic file or physical building where people can view or borrow physical books.
additional information saved within an ebook file, or an ebook management software, covering various meta information about the ebook. Typical metadata fields are:
Rights assigned to an individual or organization for specific content that provide control over reproduction and distribution of the content.
cause two or more different devices to have the same 'memory' of a transaction, where the event only occurred on one device
To copy a file from a computer or server to a computer, ereader, phone, or other electronic device.
Adobe Digital Editions - http://www.adobe.com/solutions/ebook/digital-editions.html - is a free ereader app that can be used to view DRM and non-DRM content. Use this tag when dealing with questions r…
Tag for questions concerning the usage of the e-books available free of charge.
Questions about laws, generally specific to a country or area. Some questions about law or its interpretation may be out of scope for this site.
a system where authors can upload ebooks for delivery via Whispernet and set the price for downloading.
sideloading involves the transfer of data between two local devices, for example an e-book reader and a desktop computer. It is used in contrast to "uploading" and "downloading" which imply transfer…
A generic tag for use when an objective comparison of one or more features for a given subject is requested.
Refers to the process of comparing the output of a program or tool to an established standard.
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book identifier that is either 10 or 13 digit in length.
A specific eReader made by Sony.
Publishing without the use of an established publishing house. May or may not include independent editing.
Portable or integrated power source for a device.
an established norm or requirement in regard to technical systems, usually in form of a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and…