The latest figures from Barnes & Noble are not surprising.
No, they don’t show yet another decline in hardcover book sales.
They demonstrate the continuing strength of the company’s e-reader, the Nook.
In case you’ve expressed any doubt about whether the future of the book was digital (despite the handwringing… Read more
People have preconceptions even about new technology they haven’t tried. It’s the equivalent of offering homeopathic advice you’ve never followed yourself.
The Media Bistro site eBook Newser ran a fun little piece this week debunking what it calls five myths of e-books… Read more . These included the often-voiced complaint among the
When people defend traditional publishers they argue that publishing houses employ editors who “curate” their particular lists. Thus ensuring quality. (That “quality” is a term broadly defined goes without saying, given the number of bad books published each year.)
Being a publishing curator – a fancier term for being an… Read more