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New York Times cooks up e-book best-seller list

In another sign that e-books are going mainstream, The New York Times will create a best-seller list for electronic content beginning early next year.

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In another sign that e-books are going mainstream, The New York Times will create a best-seller list for electronic content early in 2011.

The New York Times Best Seller List--around since 1935--will now also focus on e-books.

According to a statement, the Times will rank sales aggregated from online service providers selling e-books. The Times said it is working to process and verify the data. In addition, the Times has partnered with RoyaltyShare to validate e-book sales from various parties.

The list will appear in The New York Times Book Review in print and online.

The story "New York Times to cook up e-book best seller list" originally appeared on ZDNet's Between the Lines.