The Times of London recently took up the cause of the literati who are dismayed that they should have to read the same books as the hoi polloi book bloggers that persist in publishing their reviews online.
Over the past few years Macmillan, Amazon, and other publishers have experimented with letting readers pick which titles should be published, and now a startup has convinced Macmillan to let a computer program pick the next book it should publish.
Whether the subject is YA, romance, or what have you, snobbishly looking down one's nose at certain types of readers is a common past time in the book world. Now coloring book aficionados have been selected as the next target of disapproval.
En la ciudad francesa de Grenoble se han instalado máquinas expendedoras de historias cortas gratuitas, se trata de un aparato que genera papeletas de recibo en las que aparecen escritas historias originales, lo cual hace que la historia una vez...
Michael Kozlowski at GoodEReader is reporting that Kindle ebooks from HarperCollins have become unavailable for purchase at many or all Amazon stores worldwide except for Amazon.com in the USA. However, apart from commenters chiming in on an earlier GoodEReader story to note that the books are unavailable from their stores, I have not been able …
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