Most of the talk about Google’s Book Search feature lately has focused more on the law than the page, but Google continues to improve the product at the heart of those discussions, CNET reports. On June 18, Google rolled out several improvements to its Book Search feature. For example, users now can see immediately where their search term appears in a given book, they can see thumbnail views of all the pages in a book or magazine, and they can embed links to books in their blogs, among other things. The improvements apply only to books in the public domain and those Google has negotiated the rights to publish–in other words, works that aren’t involved in the dispute Google faces over its legal settlement offer regarding the service…

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