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Learning to Read: Navigating the Ebook Reader Market

This post explores the confusing landscape of ebook readers, presenting a few of the options available along with their pros and cons. Continue reading

What Scholarly Publishers Can Learn from Bookish

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.
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Siri vs. Jelly Bean — The Voice Recognition Era Gets Competitive

Siri now has competition, and we all benefit. Continue reading

Howard’s Pick for 2010: The Tablet Enters the Information Fray

Four days with the iPad became 8 months with it. Meanwhile, friends like the Android tablets joined in. Continue reading

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