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Marketing to Women: The Future of Reading

I just returned from the LA Festival of Books and on my plane trip home, as I juggled between my iPad and a paperback, I wondered about the future of reading.   303 more words

Jamie Dunham

Sony’s latest stumble: An overpriced e-reader

Once again, the Japanese electronics giant has come up with a terrific piece of new technology — a breakthrough product that lots of people might want.

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Great Publishing News!

Alastair Hannay has produced a new translation of Kierkegaard’s Concept of Anxiety! This is great news for Kierkegaard scholars, and perhaps even better news for people who are not actually scholars but simply fans of Kierkegaard, because Hannay’s translations are markedly superior to the Princeton translations. 987 more words

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How's the....

…Reading Going?

I have to ask: some recent changes in my reading habits combined with some research in how the brain processes information have me … well, curious mostly. 712 more words


The Fate of Books

I’ve broken a lot of promises over the course of my twenty-five years of life.  Some promises needed to be broken, but there are some promises that I am ashamed to admit I’ve broken- like the time that I promised I would never buy a Nook.  1,331 more words

Personal Reflections

K is for "Kindles & Nooks vs. Books"

I took a very unscientific poll while on our cruise. Fortunately I wore flip flops when I did this so I could use my toes to count as well. 218 more words


Breakfast Discussion on the Next Chapter For Books

At Ricoh we have a strong understanding of what major issues the publishing industry is currently facing and we have created a robust portfolio of services and solutions to help them overcome them. 587 more words