Amazon has opened an India Kindle store on Amazon.com, as well as launching the device for sale at Croma retail stores across the country. The Kindle Store includes over one million titles, priced in rupees.
Simon & Schuster has announced a one-year pilot e-book lending program with New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Library that will make its complete catalogue available for unlimited checkout for a period of one year...
Amazon’s new Send To Kindle Button is a new web application that allows users with Kindle accounts to send content they encounter on a website or blog to their Kindle supported e-readers to read at a later time.
I’m anxious for publishers to start really listening to the medical community (especially those ones who do the bulk of the book buying). I would love (and I think my docs at least would use) handbooks (like Washington Manuals or Mass Gen Pocket Medicine) that can be easily accessed/downloaded onto mobile devices. It needs to be searchable so they can find what they need.
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