mainly for its use of those ever inviting Apple technologies, not co-opting the Guy Hawkes mask. Frank Miller’s blog.
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Apple unveils the leaner, meaner, freshly stocked with Random House titles, iPad 2 set to ship on March 11th.
Also in the news, Open City, where our publisher Alex Smith interned back in the 90’s, is ceasing publication at the end of the month. NY Observer. Open City Books, whose backlist includes David Berman’s collection Actual Air and Sam Lipsyte’s short stories Venus Drive, will keep-on keeping-on.
In what could be a sign that both companies are taking digital bookselling a little more seriously, Apple rejects Sony eReader app.
Details of the promotion here. It’s good through the 17th on all major e-reader devices and Sharp Grammar is currently the most downloaded title on Kindle. You don’t necessarily have to have an eReader to take advantage of this, most platforms have free apps available for your phone, computer, or miscellaneous tablet.
although this late February speculation seems aggressive.
Design consultancy IDEO presents three concepts for the future of the book.
Amazon announced today, in characteristic if the eBook train departed from St. Louis at 9:45, travelling at an average speed of 62.5 MPH fashion, that they sold more eBooks than physical hardcovers over the past 3 months.
Jeff Bezos also said, Kindle sales have not suffered dramatically amid increased competition from the iPad and price reductions of other devices, but that Kindle has “reached a tipping point.”
Painting, Lumberjack, by Mike Force, 2003