Schnittman’s new blog.
Google and libraries are doing something they need a license to do – and rather than ask for one, they are asking the copyright holders to provide a list of properties they wish to protect or not include in this program.
This week we present the first installment of Evan’s series on “The ABC’s of Google Book Search.” With his help, we hope to untangle the intricacies, and express our excitement, about the future of publishing.
Looks Like a Million To Me:
How I Realized that Amazon’s Kindle and Sony’s E-Reader Were Exceeding Sales Estimates
Evan Schnittman makes a bold prediction about e-readers.
Evan’s post last week, Do I Believe in Ebooks?: Part One, stimulated some interesting conversation in the blogosphere and I hope that Part Two, his bold recommendation, will encourage all of us to reconsider the potential of ebooks. I will be at the Tools of Change conference today and I hope some of my fellow […]
Evan Schnittman wrote an article for Publishing News last week entitled “Facing The Digital Reality.”
Evan Schnittman explains how publishing is winning the Longtail War.
Kindle has arrived! Evan Schnittman reviews the new ereader for us.
Evan revisits his ebook predictions.
Evan Schnittman sings the praises of CafeScribe.
Evan Schnittman tells us a tale of past marketing success that may help publishing move forward.
Evan Schnittman, OUP’s VP of Business Development and Rights, wonders if he truly does believe in ebooks.
Corey Podolsky has written an excellent essay, Book Widgets and Book Selling 2.0 that clearly explains the thinking behind the large scale repository efforts underway at a few publishing giants. But…
Evan Schnittman takes the debate on royalties further by questioning the structure of advances.
Consumer choice and publisher dilemma in the era of Google Book Search.
The opening line of William MacNamara’s story “Publishers seek to play Google at its own game” ominously portends “Publishers are racing to digitize their books as they seek to counter the threat posed by the internet giant Google.”