1392 readers[Screen shot: Note the price of the digital version of the book (the "Kindle edition") is over $9 higher than the hardcover version of the book; a pricing decision dictated by the publisher and not Amazon, usingthe so-called "agency model" pricing model.] While I don’t know if I’m quite ready to officially declare myself a conspiracy
1336 readersA story appearing in the New York Times today that’s headlined, Apple Moves to Tighten Control of App Store, contains one of those speculative paragraphs that makes the tech blogosphere explode. # Here’s the paragraph: # “Apple told Sony that from now on, all in-app purchases would have to go through Apple, said Steve Haber,
4439 readers Quark announced today that PressRun, the cloud-based digital publishing solution that delivers innovative digital tablet experiences, is now compatible with Adobe InDesign CS6, in addition to InDesign CS5 and CS5.5. PressRun uses HTML5, the next-generation Web language, to create compelling apps for the iPad and iPhone, as
1070 readersI’m not sure about you but as someone who lives and breathes print I feel guilty about thinking, writing or talking about using alternative technology such as a Kindle or an iPad. But one could argue that the success with these devices may be the future and may be the only way to sustain the...
1379 readersA couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a birthday bash way more hip than anyone as unhip as I should be invited to. It took place in a Lower East Side spot that was barely opened, but the birthday honoree was so hip, the party had corporate underwriters. So hip was this party
2538 readersDespite some claims that e-book readers like the Amazon Kindle would die after the success of the Apple iPad, Amazon is not giving up and like a chess player is attacking the surrounding players on the battlefield such as the Barnes and Noble Nook e-reader. Amazon announced on its website Friday that it will start...
5070 readers [credit] It’s somewhat ironic that “short” and “long” are both being used to describe a length of non-fiction writing that I believe will change book and magazine publishing as significantly as anything we’ve seen since Amazon.com first came online. “Long” is used by those who are discovering there’s a lot of incredibly well-written “longform” non-fiction on the
6146 readersIf you’re just now joining this on-going story (a tale from the farce genre), you may be wondering why such the big deal over Apple making Amazon remove from its Kindle App (iOS version) a link to the web-based Amazon.com Kindle store. I’m sorry, you’ll have to catch up on your own.* But last night, the
1281 readersApparently, I was the first person to leave the Nashville Apple store with a new iPad this morning. Since it was officially announced in January, I’ve tried hard to avoid blogging about the iPad. (However, I haven’t displayed such restraint on Twitter.) Frankly, I’ve been burned out on iPad blogging since writing a speculative guessay last
248 readersThe iPad is cool. I have one myself. I love to go on it and check out new apps and view my Flipboard and get the latest news from FlipSports, FlipMusic, Facebook and Twitter. I also have a few of the catalog apps, ones we have created here at Arandell as well as some others.
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