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E-book lending is one such feature that has seen a rise in the past year, thanks to programs from Barnes & Noble, Amazon and other players. As discussed in a new research note at GigaOM Pro (subscription required), the space can be broken into two business models: the consumer model, which serves casual e-book users, and the library model, more geared toward schools, universities and governments.
While working on WordPress project with a client today we ran into an interesting problem. Our client had a 30mb audio MP3 file they wanted to host on their website for playback by anyone who registered for the free newsletter. The page was hidden and re-directed after successful newsletter registration. Of course this page and MP3 can be found by search engines so if this is a problem for your situation and you don’t want people finding your hidden files don’t host your MP3 or any large file in this manner!
I did it for fun and revenge and it turned out to be the best idea ever. I don’t care about them. They don’t care about cluttered layout. Maybe they will visit my website with a proper browser and notice the difference and switch. It’s perfect.
This is my new favourite piece of code:
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