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.
Links to Kindle reports.
Kindle has arrived! Evan Schnittman reviews the new ereader for us.
Evan Schnittman explains how publishing is winning the Longtail War.
On August 19, 1856 Gail Borden patented Condensed Milk.
Donald Ritchie looks at the telegraph.
A look at fevers with some help from Plum and Posner.
An excerpt from Plum and Posner’s Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma.
Craig Panner helps us understand Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS).
Hargittai’s book tells the story of five brilliant men born at the turn of the twentieth century in Budapest: Theodore von Kármán, Leo Szilard, Eugene Wigner, John von Neumann, and Edward Teller.
An excerpt from the book, The Future of the Brain.
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…