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Can one device really do everything?

Apparently, the end is nigh for Apple’s iPod. I find this surpring. Yes, I know that the modern smartphone is often not much smaller than a small tablet, it makes calls, plays music, and you can read books on them…

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Cautiously optimistic

Okay, I admit it (and I’m probably going to damn myself to obliteration by saying it) but I’m beginning to get cautiously optimistic that The End Of All Worlds is starting to move forward on its own in sales. It’s…

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The Burning of eBooks

Overheard in an independent bookshop: Customer: Do you have Ray Bradbury’s Farenheit 451 Bookseller: Of course. Isn’t that the temperature at which Kindles burn? Not actually an exchange that I overheard, or exactly a true transcript of the conversation, but…

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Coming soon to an eBook near you…

Ódinn, who has committed crimes in his own world and has been cast out to walk the world of men for all eternity, desires to return home. He enlists the help of Charles Ancell, a young, ambitious, aluminum developer to…

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The Book Cover

It’s not quite the woodcut-inspired creation that I had in mind but I’m actually happier than I thought I was going to be about this. For a eBook the cover has to standout as black and white – subtle shades…

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Ways of Reading

Amazon Kindle: Thomas Shepherd shared from Twilight kindle.amazon.com “I decided as long as I was going to hell, I might as well do it thoroughly.” I’ve never really been that enthusiastic to read the Twilight, but it has been a…

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What’s the fuss?

In the last month I have become an Amazon Kindle owner, and in part to try out this new world of eBooks, and in part because as an eBook it was dirt cheap, I have put a copy of Stephanie…

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