Grimm Goes Digital

A knife-wielding AP technology reporter must have been pretty bored one afternoon when he decided to scan all the pages of Grimm's Fairy Tales onto his iPad using said knife, a scanner, and Apple's tablet offering. Warning: Copyright laws state that individuals don't have the right to copy books, unless they are printed before 1923, or are free of copyright.

A knife-wielding AP technology reporter must have been pretty bored one afternoon when he decided to scan all the pages of Grimm's Fairy Tales onto his iPad using said knife, a scanner, and Apple's tablet offering. Warning: Copyright laws state that individuals don't have the right to copy books, unless they are printed before 1923, or are free of copyright. Apparently, that's why the reporter chose Grimm's Fairy Tales. Apparently.

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