The winners of this year’s Optical Illusion competition.
Sci-Hub sets a reprehensible example, but publishers cannot be content simply to stamp out such services. In order to evolve the industry into the future, publishers have to provide services that make Sci-Hub and its ilk seem old-fashioned and inconvenient to use.
A short video demonstrating how a friction idiophone works magic!
The Harry Potter series will now be available as e-books. Among the lessons for publishers is the desirability of direct-marketing.
Harry Potter may be a magician, but Daniel Radcliffe is more of a scientific sort.
The sale of e-books over the Internet will lead to a restructuring of the book business and the evolution of truly global publishers.
E-books are changing the world of publishing, but rather than creating something new, too much emphasis is being put on re-hashing failures of the past. The changing market doesn’t have to be a zero sum game, and the rise of new forms may not spell the death of the book as we know it.
While scholars worry about how to transmit and teach culture to young children, a teacher has struck gold doing it with brio!