Category Archives: eBooks
A pretty cool chart! Via Teach.com and USC Rossier Online
An interesting post by Alexis Madrigal, a senior editor at The Atlantic. As he aptly points out, “In 1957, not even a quarter of Americans were reading a book or novel. By 2005, that number had shot up to 47 … Continue reading
by borisbenko. Browse more data visualizations.
I write this post as a Apple customer. I own a Macbook Air, an iPhone, an iPad, two apple TVs and many, many Apple accessories. And I am furious. As it was widely reported today, in the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading
Continued innovation in publishing. Digital continues to mimic capabilities in the physical world.
OceanHouse Media announced today that they’ve sold 1 million eBook apps. The second enhanced publisher to do so, after Disney made a similar announcement a few weeks ago. From the deal perspective, OceanHouse was able to sign just a few … Continue reading
Indications of a changing world. By the end of 2011 it would not be surprising if more than 25 of the 50 sold more eBooks than print versions. Amazon executive Russ Grandinetti says the online bookseller “began seeing e-books outsell … Continue reading
Yahoo Finance and Teleread today reported on a recent study that showed 35% of iPad users are not reading on that device. The big take away from both those sources was a resounding negative. “The fact that over a million … Continue reading
The Huffington Post had a great segment highlighting more than a dozen upcoming tablet computers aside from the iPad. And there are many more on the way. But where are we going with these devices? How many will we have … Continue reading