Edward Nawotka, Editor-in-Chief asks, “As we’ve become more comfortable with e-books, have the ethics of book scanning changed?”
This is a short documentary on some of the key points of the book as a physical form and reflects upon the changes that the book now faces in the future of eBooks. Contributors are Jonathan Kearnes – Employee of Adrian Harrington Rare Books and Adrian Harrington of Adrian Harrington Rare Books.
This is an interesting study that can be compared to another study that states that children prefer ebooks.
In the past several years, we’ve all heard readers mourn the passing of the printed word.
Barnes & Noble has found a new, major partner in its fight to get an edge over Amazon and Apple in the market for e-books and the devices being used to consume them.
The author of the study analyzes how Book Partners has utilized Xerox equipment such as the Nuvera and the iGen4 to create a new business model and react to the changing publishing environment.
Interesting tie-in to the iconic Penguin cover design. via The History of the ‘Marber Grid’ – The Book Design Blog
How Apple and book publishers conspired to combat Amazon, raise e-book prices.
A couple of the nifty, weird books that we’ve produced.
What’s Wrong with Children Self-Publishing? Nothing