Easy ways to create and share text, video, and audio have created an outpouring of content and a mass of content creators that is changing culture and media. Even the force of the recession is helping to force more content into the world.
As the storm clouds gather, and we wait to find out whether the iPad has come to liberate mankind, or enslave him to a new world order, the faithful gather in New York where the 2010 BookExpo America will be taking place this week. I hope to have reports coming back from intrepid reporters. And […]
Book pricing, publishing for iPad, certainty and uncertainty, focusing on your message and the explosion of the Ebook market all make an appearance this week. Hey, it’s the second day of spring, can’t you feel it? Enjoy! Michael Bhaskar on BookBrunch Four Things Publishers Do Know “Virtually everyone’s views on digital publishing exist in a […]
This week we’ve got an inspiring story of self-publishing, talk about the gamut of publishing endeavors, another scam to watch out for, a really good roundup of the recent O’Reilly conference, some guidelines about decisions regarding publishing iBooks or iPhone apps, and some really interesting advice from a bunch of writers you’ve heard of on […]
I’ve been talking off and on for the last few months about the eventual demise of the book as the primary conveyer of what we probably should start calling “text.” When E.M. Ginger said that we probably haven’t seen a book on an e-Reader, and we may never see one, I had to agree. I […]