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Work october 11, 2012

$13 eReader

German company txtr has introduced the small and lightweight device that lets users download ebooks through their other mobile devices.

Syndicated october 10, 2012

Letting Online Customers Pay What They Want Works

The Humble Indie Bundle -- an experiment in voluntary price discrimination-- shows that most people do the right thing, which helps offset the people who don't.

Technology september 27, 2012

Dan Gilmor: Who Is Winning The Battle Between Apple And Google Maps?

Guardian columnist tells us that if we upgraded your iPhone to iOS6 and got lost because of the map app, we're the collateral damage in a monopolists' war.

Work september 24, 2012

Is Cover Art Is Going Out Of Fashion?

Given that e-readers have no use for cover illustrations, how will books of the future be displayed?

Advertising september 18, 2012

Author Writes Novel ‘Live’ In A Google Doc

Fantasy author Silvia Hartmann is offering readers the chance to watch her novel taking shape, word by word, on the collaborative platform.

Technology september 7, 2012

Brooklyn Bookstore Resurrects Vintage Titles As E-Books

Singularity & Co brings back forgotten science fiction books by tracking down their copyright holders and getting permission to republish them.

Luxury august 28, 2012

Do Book Publishers Need To Become ‘Multimedia Content Producers?’

HarperCollins's chief executive is about to launch an e-atlas – and, she says, that's not the only way the world is changing.

Work august 16, 2012

Spotify For Audiobooks Could Be Serious Amazon Competition

Bardowl, a new streaming service for literature lets users have unlimited access to a library of content for a monthly fee.

Retail august 9, 2012

Kindle Ebook Sales Have Overtaken Amazon Print Sales [Headlines]

With sales of ebooks outpacing the sale of printed books, Amazon ushers in a new era of reading.

Arts & Culture august 8, 2012

Fifty Shades Of Grey Becomes UK’s Bestselling Book Ever [Headlines]

The first of an erotic trilogy, book sales have surpassed that of any other book in Great Britain to date.

Luxury august 1, 2012

Why Social Media Is Not The Key To Self-Publishing

As the project to monetize social media fumbles the self-epublishing industry's defects will be laid bare.

Arts & Culture june 1, 2012

Should Publishers Be Proud Of Their Legacy? [Headlines]

Should the word connote pride or does it denote 'technological obsolescence?'

Work may 10, 2012

3 Million Virtual Students Enroll At Hogwarts Through Pottermore

In just two weeks, the new interactive site has attracted more than 1 billion page impressions from 7 million unique visitors; almost 1/2 of the visitors have 'enrolled' as pupils.

Technology april 30, 2012

Is Amazon Destroying The Publishing Industry? [Headlines]

How the electronic marketplace for books is changing the industry.


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