Paperback vs. ebook : the staging ground for a generational battle Econsultancy (blog) I'm currently talking with a friend about starting a new book group locally and worrying that if we all read on the Kindle app, we'll miss out on the ability to...
We posted some extended comments focusing on what this and other ebook subscription services might mean for the library community the other day when news of Kindle Unlimited leaked. We ve included some of them at the bottom of this post and added a few new thoughts.
I suggest you to start with free ebooks where you can find the same or even better and more information about the things you love. I've collected a small list of latest ebooks for designers for all aspects of work.
"Whether you are looking for a simple dictionary or a sophisticated thesaurus app, there are plenty of options available for you in the App Store. If you are looking for an app that visualizes word connections and can help you expand your vocabulary, these 3 visual dictionary apps have you covered:"
We've done some extensive research and found these brilliant free ebooks for you to download and read - but let us know in the comments if you've come across a good book we've missed! (Free content for designers in the form of 12 ebooks.
With more digital works than ever being published in translation, it pays to let foreign houses sort the wheat from the chaff, writes James Bridle (Why translated ebooks are no longer foreign to publishers – how to pick and choose the best
Why do traditional paper books remain so popular, especially for deep, immersive reading? Are some people simply too stubborn and nostalgic to adapt to new technologies? Perhaps it's because paper books are themselves a highly sophisticated technology, one that's uniquely good at stimulating focus and concentration.
Of course school libraries have a very different licensing requirement—which in some cases is slowing down the process for school districts looking to adopt materials for their schools, says Harris. Often titles are more ...
StarWalk Kids Supports Summer Reading with Free Access to 500 eBooks in July WiredPRNews.com (press release) StarWalk Kids Media Publisher Liz Nealon notes that she hopes that educators, administrators and librarians will send the PopUp Library...
Introduction This is the launch page for the pages here at Gizmo's Tech Support Alert that list sites with free ebooks and audiobooks. There are 3 pages that separate sites on the format of the ebooks, Kindle, ePub and Online reading.
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