Bouree Lam of The Atlantic aptly described the Tuesday earnings call with General Growth Properties CEO Sandeep Mathrani as “the call that launched a hundred articles.” In that call, the mall developer Mathrani revealed that Amazon is planning to launch 300 to 400 physical bookstores, massively expanding on the single physical bookstore it currently operates …
The European Digital Reading Lab (EDRLab), the Paris-based non-profit hub for digital reading and publishing development, has announced that it is partnering with the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and the Readium...
The support for National Libraries Day, which took place on Saturday and saw communities across the UK participate in more than 850 events, was "truly inspirational" and featured endorsements from authors and illustrators Sir Quentin Blake, Michael Rosen and Sarah McIntyre.
We've known since Wednesday that Amazon is planning to open a retail location in San Diego (and judging by the related job openings, that is only the beginning), and booksellers in the San Diego area aren't happy.
I was first turned on to FlightDeck by their very helpful – and free – guide to the differences between EPUB and Amazon’s KF8 standard, and the formatting choices that can ensure a good handoff from one format to the other.
It seems too obvious to point out that publishing is a cultural activity, not just a process for corporations to make money. That being said, we rarely talk or write about publishing without talking about money, about book sales.
I already mentioned, a few days ago, that Amazon job postings suggested it was planning to open an Amazon Books retail outlet in the San Diego or La Jolla area. But now the San Diego Union-Tribune has taken notice, and posted a feature article looking at the prospect and how local booksellers felt about it. I’m not entirely thrilled with the quality of the journalism involved. For example, there’s this paragraph, taken verbatim from the story at the time I was reading it (they’ve since corrected it after one of their commenters also pointed it out): The singular bookstore, which sells a limited selection of the site’s most popular and
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