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Google Looks to Music Sales

Google is exploring the possibility of launching Google Music and is reportedly talking to record labels in an effort to work out music licensing deals and rival Apple’s iTunes.

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Kindle w/ Special Offers [Review]

Reviews for the Kindle abound but I still want to talk about it because it may be my most used gadget behind my laptop. I received the Kindle as a birthday gift in February 2013 and I have been burning through series after series ever since. 352 more words


Ongoing Debate

Hello fellow literary nerds!

How have you been these past few days?

I am sorry for not writing at all lately, but I have been immersed in a world of literary adventures. 420 more words

Kindle Unlimited – The dawn of something new for digital readers??

One of the biggest stories this past week in the tech blogs was all about Amazon’s new offering, “Kindle Unlimited”.  I have been a Kindle user since the Kindle 2 was released in 2009.  1,044 more words


Do E-Readers Threaten Learning in the Humanities? - In One Word - NO

Naomi S. Baron in a post at the Chronicle of Higher Education argues that e-reading is the single greatest threat to the humanities.  Well, maybe not the biggest threat, but enough of a menace for Baron to publish a soon to be released book from Oxford University Press extolling the dangers posed by e-readers entitled  582 more words

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Reviews: The Competition

In the novel The Competition written by Marcia Clark, Rachel Knight is a prosecutor who has made the news on other famous cases. Now she with the help of a police detective, Bailey Keller is out to find the shooters of the worse school shooting ever. 110 more words

Sunday Book-Thought 10

Much is to be gained by e-books: ease, convenience, portability. But something is definitely lost: tradition, a sensual experience, the comfort of thingy-ness. A little bit of humanity. 83 more words

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