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Since the rise of the ebook in the year 2000, and the popularization of the Kindle in 2007, the number of titles available for download on this platform has grown dramatically. The transition has also allowed the book industry, many rights-holders and libraries to make significant inroads, including entering the digital marketplace in a limited fashion. The major publishers, such as HarperCollins, Penguin, Wiley, Macmillan, and Simon and Schuster, now produce ebooks as well as publishing physical copies of books.
The first incarnation of the first ebook was created in 1936 as Eastman Kodak Company's five-inch paper-disk player, and was called the Kodakdisk, which could read the disks of 35mm eight-inch vacuum tube film. The disk could play one side of a four-sided filmstrip with a maximum playing time of one and four-thirtieth of an hour per side. The disk also had a capacity of 20 minutes of sound. Beginning in 1944, the capacity of the disk was doubled to an hour per side, and the sound capacity was doubled to five minutes. The disk could read two sides of the filmstrip on one side, and had a recording capability of 45 minutes per side. The player took the place of the motion-picture projector, having some similar features and limitations.
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