Google and Sony have reached an agreement to deliver all of Google's scanned books, which are in the public doman, free on Sony's e-book reader. It's interesting to consider what this might mean. My thought is that people use the device which is the most user-friendly. Will access to half a million titles tip the scales in Sony's favor, or will a better device and best sellers continue Kindle's rise as the reader of choice? Also, worth noting is how Google is using the content they scanned from university libraries for a business venture. Will this make libraries even more wary of the Google book scanning project.