Sunday, February 20, 2011
We blogged last week about the problem scholars are having citing to e-books because such texts don't have page numbers, or if they do, the pagination differs depending on the device and format.
According to the Law Librarian Blog, Amazon's Kindle addresses the problem:
Betanews reports that on Feb. 7, 2011 Amazon pre-released a software update for Kindle e-readers running the 3.0 software which adds page numbers that match Kindle books with their print counterparts. See Kindle gets real page numbers; better note, highlight & review sharing.
You can read the rest here.