A website called Digital Book World has posted some great predictions for books and publishing in 2012. Some of their more interesting comments suggest that more authors will self-publish their own works, publishers will undergo major, internal overhauls, authors will obtain more flexible and favorable terms in copyright agreements, and publishing companies will create in-house transmedia groups. DBW is already correct in view of the shake-ups at Westlaw and the rumors that Lexis may be for sale to Bloomberg/BNA. But will these legal publishing giants create partnerships with gaming companies? Hopefully, they will create lasting partnerships with companies such as Overdrive to enable law libraries like ours to circulate e-legal books to our members.