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E-books Legally Blonde, the novel by Amanda Brown that inspired MGM Studios Inc.'s feature film of the same name, is now available in e-Book format from 1stBooks Library at www.1stbooks.com.

Information: Reader Response no. 227.

Franklin Electronic Publishers Inc. is expanding its library for its eBookMandevice, adding material from St. Martin's Press and The Wall Street Journal Online.

Franklin also partnered with Paris-based MobilPocket.com S.A., to offer more than 1,500 electronic titles from Vivendi Universal Publishing, and Taylor and Francis, among other publishers.

Also partnering: Hungry Minds Inc., to offer titles from CliffsNotes and Frommer's Travel Series; and Reciprocal Inc., to integrate Franklin's DRM technologies with its Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service and other tools.

Information: Reader Response no. 228.

SkipWire has allied with McGraw Publishing Inc. and DiskUs Publishing, to broaden its selection of e-books.

Qvadis Corp. has also partnered with SkipWire to help users of Qvadis' Express Reader software read e-Books without memory limitations.

Information: Reader Response no. 229.

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