By Mark Tennis
When the first PA devices and smartphones began to emerge onto the market developers sought a way to transfer books onto these pieces of tech. 444 more words
White House Plan To Provide E-Books for Poor Children Reveals Partnership Driven Future with Content as Connector.
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Originally published at charlatan.ca
Books have been around for hundreds of years. From specialized pieces only the rich could read, to a widespread wealth of knowledge after the invention of the printing press, books have been a cherished part of society as a main source of insight. 1,492 more words
On the 18th of March there was a double whammy of a day. First, my scientific research centre was to prepare for a visit from the library graduate trainees of Cambridge; a new experience for both myself and my place of work. 750 more words
Is America still a literate society?
Literacy is the ability to read and write. According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy… 608 more words