Morning Coffee

The Morning Coffee – 28 March 2012

28 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few posts to read this morning. Amazon, PDA, and Library Sales for Books (The Scholarly Kitchen) Apple's iBooks And App Store Price Out Creativity (Fast Company) The Future of Books – in [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 27 March 2012

27 March, 2012 // 1 Comment

Here some posts worth reading this morning. American High School Students Are Reading Books At 5th-Grade-Appropriate Levels: Report (The Huffington Post) Classroom Disruptor: the proprietary tablet [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 26 March 2012

26 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this morning. British publishers object to open access proposals (Inside Higher Ed) The Califa eBook Journey: Introduction (Califa) Don't tell me the truth about DRM [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 23 March 2012

23 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here a bunch of interesting posts to read this morning. ABA Meets With Justice Department (Bookselling This Week) The eBooks are Too Damn Expensive! (Mother Jones) How We Will Read: Richard Nash [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 22 March 2012

22 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

This morning finds me at CIL - Computers in Libraries. Here are a few things I found worth reading this morning. It’s Not File Size That’s Killing iPad Magazines (Colbow Design) Making Library [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 21 March 2012

21 March, 2012 // 3 Comments

Here are a few stories worth reading this morning. Apple Slammed By Chinese Writers Over Allegedly Unlicensed eBooks (The Huffington Post) Hearst Continues Push Into E-Singles With ‘Seventeen’ [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 19 March 2012

19 March, 2012 // 1 Comment

Here are some posts I'm reading this morning. Fan Fiction, Plagiarism, and Copyright (Dear Author) Lloyd Shepherd: My parley with ebook pirates (The Guardian) Romance, Arousal, and Condescension [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 16 March 2012

16 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few posts I'm reading this morning. Are the Big 6 Publishers Really Dying? (Anne R Allen's Blog) As Amazon and IPG’s Fight Continues, One Client’s Sales Fall By 40% (Paid Content) Lost [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 15 March 2012

15 March, 2012 // 1 Comment

Here are a few posts to read this morning. Amazon's Assault on Intellectual Freedom (MRZine) A community for ebooks only (New Scientist) Making books better (FutureBook) Tablet Ownership Triples [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 14 March 2012

14 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

This morning finds me in Philly, where I am attending PLA 2012. After 244 Years, Encyclopaedia Britannica Stops the Presses (NYTimes) Before you Ban: Empirical Data on Student Laptop Use (Legal [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 13 March 2012

13 March, 2012 // 1 Comment

Here are a few posts to read this morning. Exclusive: Amazon Has Sold Over Two Million Kindle Singles (Moco News) France’s 3rd Largest Online Bookseller Launches Open-source E-book Platform [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 12 March 2012

12 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few posts to read this morning. Ebooks: Defending the Agency Model (The Monday Note) The ebook that forces the reader to pay attention (The Guardian) French Cultural Center expands access [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 9 March 2012

9 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few posts worth reading this morning. Amazon is creating a very large silo you can’t escape from, say book industry chiefs (TNW) Apple Downplays Role Of ‘Kindle Threat’ In Alleged [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 8 March 2012

8 March, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories worth reading this morning. There's even an iPad story in there, too. Google eBooks Now ‘Books On Google Play’, With Big Sales (PaidContent) Hack Your Kindle Touch to Stand [Read More ...]

The Morning Coffee – 7 March 2012

7 March, 2012 // 1 Comment

Here are some stories worth reading this morning. Five hundred new fairytales discovered in Germany (The Guardian) The Future of the Book Business: A Classicist’s View (FutureBook) The Future of [Read More ...]
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