## Bootleg Library Session: Notes on Texts### Thu 21.5 / 14:00-15:30### Simon Browne*Registration:* https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/bootleg-library-session-notes-texts---#### DescriptionThe bootleg library is a particular, situated social infrastructure that operates from the understanding that the library is a collection of texts and readers.---#### RequirementsThe bootleg library has grown through individual contributions of a vast variety of texts. The collection includes many texts on critical feminist and media theory, literature, sound art, as well as technical manuals, but the collection is not exclusive to these interests. There is no set criteria for texts that can be included. Please come to this session with any ebooks that you are familiar with, are representative of your interests, and which you would like to share.This session will focus specifically on annotation. Please prepare annotation(s) on the text(s) you'd like to include in the library.*File formats:*The bootleg library runs on calibre-web https://github.com/janeczku/calibre-web , and supports a wide range of file formats, including .pdf, .epub, .mobi, .docx, .odt, .rtf, .txt, .mp3, .mp4a, .cbr, .cbz, .cbt, and many more.