Okay, so I caved. I still think the Kindle is a dead-end technology. But I bought one anyway.
Yes I'm a geek but I hate to see hardware going to waste - and Debian has given my old PowerPC Mac Mini a new lease of life.
Google has an ideal tablet operating system and a huge investment in e-books. It could give the Apple iPad a run for its money, at least in the publishing world
In Part 1 we covered e-book formats, services and a production workflow. Now let's look at a few issues concerned with actually creating the files.
It's been fun dismissing the e-book as a gimmick. Now we must embrace it as the format of the future. For self-publishers, it's time to put the e-book first
Some people still regard e-books as a fad or an inadequate replacement for paper. But that attitude is fast becoming outdated.
Publishers are having trouble working out what to do with the web and other new technologies. But at least some are making an effort
How intelligence agencies could benefit from social networking tools
Is there a prize for the most useless website? If so, my vote goes to Orange.fr
There's a lot of heated debate about Microsoft's attempt to buy Yahoo. But it seems to me like a match made in heaven
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