OUP UK’s Head of Publicity, Kate Farquhar-Thomson, heads to the BA Festival of Science in Liverpool
An excerpt from David McFarland’s book Guilty Robots, Happy Dogs.
Two authors debate the future of food.
A debate between leading experts Robert Paarlberg (Betty F. Johnson Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College) and Pamela Ronald (Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of California), regarding how to ensure a safe food supply, that is also kind to the environment.
The second in a series of podcasts from Richard Dawkins.
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.
The origins of Blogwars.
David Perlmutter reflects on The Daily Show.
Naomi Baron looks at modern communication.
Pamela Ronald responds to an editorial by Paul Krugman.
Naomi S. Baron, author of Always On: Language in an Online and Mobile World, explains to us the generation gap in text messaging.
Notes from Tools of Change ’08.
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 […]
Perlmutter looks at authors who blog.
Evan Schnittman, OUP’s VP of Business Development and Rights, wonders if he truly does believe in ebooks.
James B. rule looks at how nations track their citizens.