The beauty of Jane Austen’s handwriting

Among online collections curated by The British Library, you can find a wonderful example of the personality transferred to the paper. It’s Jane Austen’s letter to her sister Cassandra, written in April 1811.

Read books before robots do (pics)

I have used robots to create and share images of robots reading books – an attempt to convince you to read more.

Report: global ebook market to be worth $32 billion in 2032

According to the report, ebook sales are expected to grow at an annual rate of 4.9% between 2022 and 2032.

The masterpieces of Russian literature with main characters killed in the war

One day, I asked myself a question: How would the famous Russian novels be if the main characters were missing?

Has ChatGPT really passed an MBA exam?

ChatGPT's answer is what you would expect from someone who knows what has happened, and knows its limitations.

A new set of inspiring book and library quotes

Motivational quotes about books and libraries, visualized on a beautiful mulberry paper and a classic font.

Mystery solved: the photo of a woman with a giant book is real!

The photo was taken in 1958 by a Czech photographer Miroslav Peterka at the Clementinum, Prague.

A reading challenge list, created by artificial intelligence

It's probably the world's first reading challenge list, created almost entirely by artificial intelligence.

Reading challenge 52, 3, 1000, or 77?

The most popular reading challenge is to read 52 books in 52 weeks. It’s a year-long challenge, but most readers begin it in January, making it one of the most important New Year resolutions. Would you modify the reading challenge to better suit your needs and personality? Should it always be a year? What about …

5 quick facts about Encyclopedia Britannica

Encyclopedia Britannica was first published in 1768 and is the oldest English-language encyclopedia still in print.

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