Also the sky is blue, grass is green, and I hate the Lakers. After months of dithering in the name of “assessing” and “waiting for Mac compatibility,” I have at last succumbed to temptation and am awaiting the arrival of a nice shiny… er.. matte finish white plastic Kindle. The future is now. I am […]
As we wrap up this unofficial e-book week on the blog, I continue to remember that I have a blog feature called Can I Get A Ruling, in which we all vote on a basically yes or no question. (Publishing Myths 101 on the other hand: forgotten and neglected) So here’s what I’d like a […]
Thanks to everyone who chimed in for what has been a really fascinating discussion on yesterday’s post. I wanted to follow up a bit on some of the issues your coming e-book overlords pose. It’s interesting, first, to compare yesterday’s discussion to one we had just in November about the Kindle… seems like people are […]
In the wake of BEA there have been a series of articles on the coming (or rather ongoing) e-book wave. This morning’s Publishers Lunch details the strong sales of Kindles and Sony Readers, the Times assesses e-books and bookseller unease, and synching all this together with some analysis is Paul Krugman, who wonders whether authors […]
With nook (yes, no definite article and uncapitalized. That’s how you know it’s cool!!) arriving on the scene, there are now quite a few e-readers to choose from, and even more questionably named devices arriving imminently. And though I tease the (whoops! Silly me, using the definite article) nook, it’s only because I want one. […]
What can I say, I’m on an e-book kick lately. This week’s You Tell Me is a poll, but EXPOUND in the comments section like you’ve never expounded before!