Sony to Donate 15 Million eBooks to Schools

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Sony has announced plans to donate 15 million eBook classic titles to schools throughout the U.S., according to The News Market.

The report said that two-time Guinness world record holder Dave Farrow will sit and read in a Manhattan storefront for 30 days around the clock as part of its initiative, which takes place during National Book Month in October.

For every page Farrow readers, Sony plans to provide an eBook library of 100 classic titles. (Remember that classic titles are in the public domain, at least those published before 1923). The report said that Farrow holds the record for memorizing the order of 52 decks of cards randomly shuffled together.