Interstitial publishing, when paired with interstitial reading, is a new form of publishing that aims to take advantage of what previously was viewed as lost time in between primary events during the day. Interstitial publishing seeks ways to create new users by creating content expressly for those brief moments, which heretofore went unexploited for productive aims. Continue reading
This post explores the confusing landscape of ebook readers, presenting a few of the options available along with their pros and cons. Continue reading
Bookish is a new online bookstore and discovery service. It is a joint venture of three publishers and presents a useful model for what scholarly publishers could do in building their own online bookstore.
Siri now has competition, and we all benefit. Continue reading
Four days with the iPad became 8 months with it. Meanwhile, friends like the Android tablets joined in. Continue reading