Google tries to win publishers over at Delhi's book fair

The Business Standard reported an article about how Google is spearheading discussion on books at the recent Delhi Book Fair in India.


"Google has turned on the charm at the book fair in Delhi. "Books are written to be discovered, and that’s the challenge we’re helping publishers solve with Google Book Search," gushes Gautam Anand, strategic partner development manager, Google Inc; "it’s a great discovery tool."

And, get this: Hindi books are to be digitised too, as part of Google’s brand mission to "organise all the world’s information and make it universally accessible"."

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Google ogles publishers.
Earlier Blake posted information about this fair at
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Spirituality is 'soul' of Delhi book fair.

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