2010 Summary: libraries are still screwed, by Eric Hellman
Deer in the headlights, by Brian O’Leary
All the details on Amazon’s book lending program – a “how to”, by Andrys Basten
Year One: the born digital publisher
Do authors make good publishers? asks e-reads
How to add books to the iPad, iPhone, etc.
Why I will never buy a book “App” again: how Mark Bittman’s “How to Cook Everything” turned me off to i-Apps, by Joanna
Mark Twain scholar removes n-word from Huckleberry Finn, by Chris Meadows
My 2010 publishing heroes, by Eoin Purcell
How To: Get thousands of back issue comics on your iPad for pennies an issue
Kobo’s iPad app is the best ereader app on the market, by Chris Walters
What I learned in 2010, by Dominique Raccah
The Newsonomics of tablets replacing newspapers
An iOS developoer’s response to Joanna’s “Why I will never by a book App again”
Rosenthal, of Foner Books, is making this estimate based on an extrapolation from the Kindle sales rank graph. He goes on to say:
Kindle is a runaway train heading for Manhattan, and as it roars through Penn Station and under the city, it is shaking the foundations of New York’s oldest trade publishers. Increasing eBook sales mean increasing cost per unit for print books, since fixed production costs will be amortized over fewer print unit sales.
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Ebook marketing still needs a lot of work
Google ebookstore round-up By Gary Price
TeleRead traffic doubles on Christmas day – a lot of ereaders as presents?
Could computer games be the journalism of the future? by Chris Meadows
R. Scott Raynovich on the top five online newspaper killers – and one from me
Ebooks at year-end 2010 by Gary Price
Helpful advice for new Kindle owners by Chris Walters
First Google Books sales numbers are in for Munsey’s
For new and old Kindlers wanting to do more with their Kindles by Andrys Basten
Question of the year: does Amazon have too much power? by Rich Adin
The online future of Australian journalism, as seen by the industry itself by Jason Davis
Why I am a library traitor and love the Kindle, by Sarah Houghton-Jan
Holiday travel update: gadgets, gadgets, everywhere! by Joanna
Bookish Techy Week in Review - Lots of launches this week Google ebook store, Amazon web-based Kindle, Figment, and ...
In the latest Bookish Techy Week in Review: Google ebook store opens; Seth Godin plays with the Domino Project; Kobo launches Reading Life; and IA unveils a new browser-based book reader.
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iPad games of the week: Raging Spirits edition
It's time for our weekly dose of new iPad game love – past time, actually. We blame the turkey.
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It seems things have suddenly picked up the pace at Asus. It was just a week ago that the company came up with the name of the device that we now know as the Eee Note EA800 digital notebook – a tablet PC with an 8 inch LCD display having a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and running the Linux operating system.
A good thing with the Eee Note is that it is reasonably priced at around 0 (NT,999) and will go on sale this week, though only in Taiwan.
Among the other key features of the Eee Note EA800 digital notebook include 4GB of internal memory that is further expandable by way of microSD memory cards, a 2-megapixel camera, and Wi-Fi connectivity. The Eee Note also includes an active digitizer given the note taking device that it is and packs in a microphone too that can be used to record notes along with a 3.5 mm headphone jack for subsequent playback. Battery life is a quite commendable 13.5 hours which in itself might not be great compared to many a monochrome e-reader but isn’t bad either given the wide applicability that the Eee Note EA800 digital notebook enjoys.
Next in line to have the Eee Note in their markets is Hong Kong and as per Asus, it’s going to take place soon. The Eee Note will then be seen appealing to consumers in Germany, Italy and Russia either towards end 2010 or early 2011 followed by a launch in the US and China in the first quarter of 2011.
- ASUS DR-900 e-reader to make November end debut in Taiwan for 0
- Asus Eee Tablet getting renamed and due out 2011
- Asus e-reader to cost around 0
- ASUS developing LCD e-reader
- Asus Tegra 2 Tablet to be ready by March 2011
- ASUS DR-900 e-Reader Revealed in Video
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