Flashlight: Strobing the book world #2

Second part of the BBC programme, some sobering thoughts and stats from my friend, John Mitchinson.

Another interesting app, this time for Penguin Classics on the iphone. Untested by me as yet, though only a matter of time before iTunes gets fired up.

Following on from yesterday’s link to Unbound here are seven more ways that publishing may evolve (more on this from me later).

A new find for me and another way of sating my need for long form essay writing: Writing in public.
And finally, something to test on my children.
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One thought on “Flashlight: Strobing the book world #2

  1. i can’t decide if i’m more enthralled, or sad about the interactive ipad books. they spell the way of doom for e-ink, and i truly adore my kindle, but also they are v. v. cool (and i have a friend who works at a company that makes them as well).

    ::ponders::

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