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The Guide to the Future of Medicine: See The Cover!

Here is the cover of my upcoming book, The Guide to the Future of Medicine. Only a few days left before it becomes available in paperback and e-book formats on Over one year of hard work, 70 interviews and 22 trends that will shape the future of medicine. My mission is to prove that […]

Insight for CPOs: How Might CEOs Address Procurement’s Failings?

Categories: Procurement Strategy & Planning, Supplier Management Tags: Plus In Part 1 of this series, Peter Smith, managing director of Spend Matters UK/Europe, discussed the new Proxima graphic e-book titled "Drowning not waving – how Corporate Virtualization has got business leaders out of their depth... Show More Summary

Some Terrible Person Is Stealing Books From Libraries, Selling Them Online

Public libraries are an amazing resource where you can access books, music, movies, and even e-books without having to pay. However, there’s a criminal somewhere in Pennsylvania who isn’t checking books out from local libraries: he or...Show More Summary

Blurb branches out to low-cost trade books, e-books and mass distribution via Ingram

Since its launch in 2006, Blurb, the independent publishing pioneer of print-on-demand artistic tabletop tomes and illustrated magazines, has been popular with the creative community. Blurb’s platform, which hooks into apps like Adobe...Show More Summary

Blogging Around: The Random Edition

Why the Public Library Beats Amazon — For NowA growing stack of companies would like you to pay a monthly fee to read e-books, just like you subscribe to Netflix NFLX +1.46% to binge on movies and TV shows.Don't bother. Go sign up for...Show More Summary

German authors protest to Amazon over e-book price war

More than 1,000 German-language writers have signed a petition protesting against the methods used by online retailer Amazon in its e-book price battle with Scandinavian publishing house Bonnier. Taking their cue from US writers involved...Show More Summary

Portrait of a self-published author: Drac Von Stoller’s invisible literary empire

He has 155 e-books to his name and is at war with Amazon. But his is the kind of story the media never tells

How to be less selfish in the social media era

Max Ogles writes at about behavior change, psychology, and technology. He has a forthcoming e-book, “9 Ways to Motivate Yourself Using Psychology and Technology,” that you can receive for free here. A decent argument could be made that the sites we consider social media could easily be labeled narcissistic media. Show More Summary

Why BitLit Could Revolutionize The E-Book Market

Want a new book but can't decide between paper copy or e-book? BitLit could solve that problem permanently. The post Why BitLit Could Revolutionize The E-Book Market appeared first on 148Apps.

Why the Public Library Beats Amazon—for Now

As E-Book Subscription Services Grow Their Catalogs, the Age-Old Institution Trumps All All of the big five publishers sell their e-book collections for loans, usually on the same day they're available for consumers to purchase. Show More Summary

Amazon continues to make publishing, literary establishment its enemy

In the war for cheap e-books, Amazon tries to take shots at its opponent—and fails.

Here's The Orwell Quote That Amazon Got Totally Wrong In Its War With Hachette

As its battle with "Big Five" book publisher Hachette rages on, Amazon released an open letter urging people to email Hachette CEO Michael Pietsch arguing that lower e-book prices are good for everyone. In its letter, Amazon uses a quote...Show More Summary

In a Fight With Authors, Amazon Cites Orwell, but Not Quite Correctly

To bolster its case in a dispute with authors over e-book pricing, the bookseller Amazon made an online post that quoted one of their own: George Orwell.

Need To Book A Haircut? Square Gets Into The Reservations Business

The mobile payment company has a new e-booking product called Square Appointments. Booking a haircut or a pedicure still requires you to call ahead most of the time. Read Full Story

Stephen King, John Grisham, Other Writers Fire Off Angry Letter To Amazon

In the ongoing battle over e-book prices between mega online retailer, Amazon, and multi-billion dollar conglomerate publisher, Hachette, over 900 authors signed a letter admonishing Amazon posted in the New York Times on Sunday. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, overnight last weekend, Amazon sent a letter to authors participating in its Kindle Direct Publishing

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