Google is giving 2 million books in its digital library a chance to be reincarnated as paperbacks, reports the Associated Press. As part of a deal announced Sept. 17, Google is opening up part of its index to the maker of a high-speed publishing machine that can manufacture a paperback-bound book of about 300 pages in under five minutes. The new service is an acknowledgment by the internet search leader that not everyone wants their books served up on a computer or an electronic reader like those made by and Sony, and it will allow users to custom-print millions...

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