Ready to up your research game when it comes to e-books? Now you can sync your notations from Play Books into a document on Google Drive.
By Joe Firestone, Ph.D., Managing Director, CEO of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), and Director of KMCI’s CKIM Certificate program. He taught political science as the graduate and undergraduate level and blogs regularly at Corrente, Firedoglake and New Economic Perspectives. Show More Summary
In the Denver Post Jessica Iannetta reports that E-books for sale, but not selling, at independent booksellers, as: Eight years after Amazon released the first Kindle, surviving independent bookstores are now selling e-books -- and finding...Show More Summary
With the rise of e-books challenging public interest in printed matter, some community libraries have scaled down their collections while others are championing physical tomes through unexpected creative endeavors.
Sydney adopts dynamic parking signs that look like e-book screens.
FIRST, class, let’s put away our science e-books. Because given the richness of Pixar’s imagination, we’re now venturing toward the land before logic, past the signpost for “The Far Side,” where a dude and a dino could coexist without “Jurassic World”-levels of genetic hubris to make it so.Read full article >>
Booktrack, a startup out of New Zealand that creates soundtracks to accompany e-books, has raised another $5 million in funding to make sure that reading is no longer a quiet activity. Led by COENT Venture Partners and Sparkbox Ventures, the Series B round brings Booktrack’s funding total to $10 million. Show More Summary
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'Condemned to Crisis?' is a new Lowy Institute Paper now available for purchase as an e-book or in bookstores. The Paper will be launched at the National Press Club, Canberra, on Wednesday. In Condemned to Crisis?, the third volume in...Show More Summary
First! The Royal We is now available in English in e-book in many many MANY MANY countries, one of which is probably yours! And, in most of these places, it’s currently on massive (massive) sale, so snap it up while you can — it should be on all platforms that you use for your e-book Read More...
First off, big news: The Royal We is now available in English in e-book form in many many MANY MANY countries, one of which is probably yours! It’s on e-book in Australia and New Zealand and the UK and Germany and France and Spain and Brazil and India and LOTS of places, as of Wednesday. Read More...
It’s very simple. Today only (Friday, July 17, 2015), Writer’s Digest has its “Black Friday in the Summer” sale and everything in our WD shop is 40% off. This includes webinars, e-books, print books, bundles, and more. If you’ve been thinking about picking something up, now is a great time to save some cash. Show More Summary
At last! We are delighted to announce that The Royal We is now available on e-book for the UK, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand — and at a very low price at the moment, so hop on that deal whilst it lasts. (There is a new cover for these e-book editions, designed by our UK Read More...
My five year old nephew frequently totes his mom's I-pad into my room, sits down in my chair and spends hours steering race cars or petting purple tigers through the touchscreen. Sometimes he'll narrate stories to me, or giggle at his virtual dexterity. Show More Summary
Topic: Books Subscription services for e-books—the so-called “Netflix for books” model—are also popping up everywhere. All-you-can-read startups like Scribd and Oyster vie with options from giants like Amazon and Google. But they’re facing a weird problem. Many hands have been wrung over the decline of the American book lover. Show More Summary
E-book subscription site Scribd has been making changes to its catalog to help maintain its business model, which pays publishers a retail-like model for books every time they are read. The company revealed last week that it is cutting...Show More Summary