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Topic - Thor Sigvaldason
Thor Sigvaldason, chief technology officer of New York-based On Demand Books, said the technology can help book retailers twofold.
"It can, potentially, give them a huge virtual inventory so they can have as many books as Amazon, all in a little bookstore," he said. "It turns independent bookstores into places to get books published. It's a new thing for the bookstore to do: not just sell books, but actually create books."