stml + booktwo   1538

Publishers, We Need To Talk: Text From Dog Gets A Book Deal | TechCrunch
"can we agree that we’re going to stop turning Tumblrs into books? Anyone? Yeah, I know. Soundtracks for books sounds amazing, but can we focus? Anyone? A promise?"
booktwo  tumblr  books  techcrunch 
july 2012 by stml
Erotic Romance: Forever Amber/309--now plagiarising dead people
"These public domain short stories so they could reissue them. But taking the book, changing it a little and claiming authorship under a new name is not legitimate."
amazon  kindle  booktwo  plagiarism  publicdomain  reissue 
july 2012 by stml
‘Robo-pricing’ risks Amazon price crash - Telegraph
Waiting for the flash crash in the book market: (via @benterrett)
booktwo  amazon  pricing  algorithms  flashcrash 
july 2012 by stml
(not) a trailer for The Purple Shroud « Not Writing But Blogging
"But – I do not want to make a video about why I’d like you to read my book. I am a book writer, I am not a video maker.... I am a writer. Here are some words." Why is this still so hard?
booktwo  trailer  video  writing  stelladuffy 
june 2012 by stml
Row erupts over simplified 'Ulysses' - National News - Independent.ie
Expect to see a lot more of this kind of thing: edits, reversions, remastered editions. "Whose edit did you read?"
booktwo  revision  edit  remaster  editor  ulysses  joyce 
june 2012 by stml
War and Nookd :: The Future of the Internet — And How to Stop It
"The Nook version of War and Peace had changed every instance of “kindle” or “kindled” into “Nook” and “Nookd,” not just on Philip’s copy, but on ours too." This, basically. via DanW.
booktwo  kindle  nook  robots  searchandreplace  warandpeace 
june 2012 by stml
Bookseller calls for Hay e-reader ban | The Bookseller
"Kindles have no place at this festival which is supposed to be a celebration of the written word—and books. Booksellers definitely want them banned. You see people walking around with Kindles and they are like robots in another world. Books are sociable and people stop and talk to each other about them. Kindles are just a phase and they won't last. They are our enemy." They are your enemy; they have already won.
amazon  kindle  bookseller  bookselling  ereaders  hay  booktwo 
june 2012 by stml
Joho the Blog » Digital Differences – a Pew survey
"88% of American adults have a cell phone, 57% have a laptop, 19% own an e-book reader, and 19% have a tablet computer; about six in ten adults (63%) go online wirelessly with one of those devices. Gadget ownership is generally correlated with age, education, and household income, although some devices—notably e-book readers and tablets—are as popular or even more popular with adults in their thirties and forties than young adults ages 18-29."
booktwo  ereader  ereaders  statistics  numbers 
april 2012 by stml
Worldreader: Kindles and E-books in Schools
"Worldreader gives kids in the developing world access to digital books. Using e‑readers loaded with thousands of local and international e-books, we provide children the books they want and need, so they can improve their lives."
booktwo  books  ebooks  education  kindle  mobile 
april 2012 by stml
Amazon at the London Book Fair | Melville House Books
"Often, it feels like the foreign publisher is saying to me: HELP ME, AMERICAN PERSON WHO HAS BEEN DEALING WITH THIS MYSTERIOUSLY VICIOUS COMPANY FOR A FEW YEARS ALREADY.

"Sometimes, it fells like they are saying: YOU BETTER TELL ME HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS, YOU AMERICAN FUCKER WHO DID NOTHING ABOUT THIS BULLSHIT WHEN YOU HAD A CHANCE."
booktwo  books  mhp  lbf  london  amazon  publishing 
april 2012 by stml
E-Book backup : Jesse England
"E-book backup is a physical, tangible, human readable copy of an electronically stored novel."
booktwo  ebook  backup  print  text 
april 2012 by stml
Will Hachette Be The First Big-6 Publisher To Drop DRM On E-Books? | paidContent
DRM “doesn’t stop anyone from pirating,” ... “There’s a misconception that somehow the digital format of books has made piracy increase, or become logarithmically more serious. But piracy was always very easy to do, because scanning a physical copy of a book [takes] a matter of minutes. A physical book doesn’t have DRM on it." - Hachette SVP digital Maja Thomas
booktwo  hachette  publishing  ebooks  drm 
march 2012 by stml
Wikipedia Didn't Kill Britannica. Windows Did | Epicenter | Wired.com
"Print will survive. Books will survive even longer. It’s print as a marker of prestige that’s dying."
booktwo  wikipedia  britannica  print 
march 2012 by stml
Amazon to follow Apple with the opening of retail stores | The Wall Blog
[bk2 Link] Amazon to follow Apple with the opening of retail stores | The Wall Blog
booktwo  amazon  shop  physical  bricksandmortar 
february 2012 by stml
The self-epublishing bubble | Ewan Morrison | Books | guardian.co.uk
[bk2 Link] The self-epublishing bubble | Ewan Morrison | Books |
booktwo  ebooks  selfpub 
january 2012 by stml
Jonathan Franzen: e-books are damaging society - Telegraph
Another milestone in the popular acceptance of ebooks: Telegraph commenters overwhelmingly on-side.
booktwo  ebooks  franzen  telegraph 
january 2012 by stml
Apple's mind-bogglingly greedy and evil license agreement | ZDNet
[bk2 Link] Apple's mind-bogglingly greedy and evil license agreement | ZDNet
booktwo  ibooks  apple  eula  lega  ebooks 
january 2012 by stml
Confessions of a Publisher: “We’re in Amazon’s Sights and They’re Going to Kill Us” | PandoDaily
[bk2 Link] Confessions of a Publisher: “We’re in Amazon’s Sights and They’re Going to Kill Us” | PandoDaily
amazon  books  business  ebooks  publishing  booktwo 
january 2012 by stml
Waterstones dumps rebrand and apostrophe - Creative Review
'Waterstones' new MD James Daunt ... claims that the brand is now "deserving of a capital 'W' and a font that reflects authority and confidence."'
booktwo  waterstones  branding 
january 2012 by stml
If SOPA passes, you can kiss UbuWeb goodbye.
Not sure what to do about this as a Brit, but still. SOPA finally comes home to roost on my interests.
booktwo  sopa  act  action  censorship  ubuweb 
january 2012 by stml
Mysterious paper sculptures « Central Station v2
Someone has been leaving amazing book sculptures around Edinburgh
booktwo  art  book  books  scotland  edinburgh  sculpture 
january 2012 by stml
Barnes & Noble Aims to Separate Nook Biz With an Eye for Global Markets | Epicenter | Wired.com
"As for what W H Smith was doing with Kobo? Horner said she hadn’t had a chance to pop into a W H Smith while she was in the UK. Message received. ... A company like Waterstone’s will probably want more than a skim off the top of in-store Nook sales. They’d want an investment in and some direction over the future of the platform. Creating a separate company devoted to international e-reading, with investment from Waterstone’s, other bookstores, and investors looking to cash in on the e-reader boom may be how that partnership happens."
booktwo  barnesandnoble  kobo  nook  waterstones  uk 
january 2012 by stml
Kindle beats books to be crowned eReader of Christmas | T3
"The Amazon Kindle has been firmly crowned as the eReader of Christmas for the UK with YouGov publishing figures suggesting that of the approximate 1.33 million eReaders bought, 92 per cent of them were the Amazon Kindle."
amazon  kindle  ereader  ereaders  christmas  uk  booktwo 
january 2012 by stml
Best of 2011 (not from 2011) « Snarkmarket
"When everything collapses into the “This Week” tab on iTunes, we’re in trouble. It’s vital that we dig in the crates, wander the stacks, and share what we find, because a) there’s great stuff in those crates, and b) if we keep this practice alive, it means somebody might find us on a dusty shelf decades from now."
booktwo  reading  2011  lists  history  stacks 
january 2012 by stml
Tim Carmody: Next year, Kindles, iPhones, and tablets will truly grow up » Nieman Journalism Lab
"If I could make an analogy, 2011 for reading devices was like the first color/video iPod. 2012 will be the iPhone year. It seems like we made big leaps forward only because we don’t actually know what the real leap forward looks like yet."
booktwo  timcarmody  ereader  ereading  kindle  nook  devices  technology 
december 2011 by stml
Why Amazon Is The Best Strategic Player In Tech - Forbes
(This is hideously depressing, and true. An indictment of everything, but particularly the idea of tech companies who think they are a "business".)
booktwo  amazon  business  company  companies  capitalism  pr 
december 2011 by stml
Exclusive: Amazon weighed buying RIM but interest cooled | Reuters
[bk2 Link] Exclusive: Amazon weighed buying RIM but interest cooled | Reuters
booktwo  amazon  rim  blackberry  business 
december 2011 by stml
Amazon Doesn't Care About Your Local Bookstore | Epicenter | Wired.com
"Amazon didn’t happen to your local independent bookstore; America happened to your local bookstore, from television to Waldenbooks."
amazon  bookstores  retail  bookshops  local  booktwo 
december 2011 by stml
The Future of Writing - Microsoft Research
[bk2 Link] The Future of Writing - Microsoft Research
booktwo  design  fiction  microsoft  research  writing  rca 
december 2011 by stml
Boyd Tonkin: Digital guests at the literary feast - Features - Books - The Independent
A little too sneering, but not wrong about the clash of cultures occurring, which doesn't help anyone.
booktwo  publishing  boydtonkin  independent  shorts  books  boxfiction 
december 2011 by stml
Leaked Document: Hachette Explains Why Publishers Are Relevant | Digital Book World
It's not rocket science, but it's good that this statement is being made. Er, leaked.
booktwo  publishing  publisher  hachette 
december 2011 by stml
The Truth About Amazon Publishing, Part II | paidContent
Some good research. The one tremulous hope is that Amazon finds trade publishing as hard as the rest of us.
booktwo  amazon  publishing 
december 2011 by stml
Daunt is wrong: Amazon is no devil - Telegraph
Daunt is wrong (although not necessarily about Amazon). In particular, he doesn't seem to have any understanding of the conditions under which the Nook has succeeded, nor the necessity of doing something about it. Fast.
booktwo  bookselling  waterstones  jamesdaunt 
december 2011 by stml
Bilbary
Tim Coates' ebook retail startup.
booktwo  ebooks  retail  bookselling  timcoates 
december 2011 by stml
Tim Coates to Launch International E-bookstore, Bilbary
Potentially exciting; a start-up in ebook retail that promises to be publisher and consumer friendly.
booktwo  ebooks  retail  bookselling  timcoates  bilbary 
december 2011 by stml
Amazon warehouse gears up for Christmas rush on Cyber Monday | Technology | The Guardian
"This "world-leading online retailer," as Salmond put it, is getting a big hand from taxpayers: £6.3m is available to the Dunfermline warehouse in Scottish Enterprise grants while Amazon's three Scottish centres are also being assisted by £4.3m of grants and training awards from Scottish Enterprise, which is funded by the Scottish government."
booktwo  amazon  scotland  tax  government  finance 
december 2011 by stml
E-book DRM Plays Into Amazon's Hands - Charlie Stross
Spot on: publishers really need to encourage other platforms, and at the moment they're doing the opposite.
booktwo  ebook  ebooks  amazon  drm 
november 2011 by stml
Tom McCarthy: My desktop | Books | guardian.co.uk
A near-perfect update to the Guardian's "writer's rooms" series.
booktwo  tommcarthy  writing  computer  desktop 
november 2011 by stml
Kindle Annotations Lost in Book Update - Michael Tsai - Blog
And this, Ladies and Gentlemen, is why we need Open Bookmarks. (via Max)
booktwo  kindle  annotations  openbookmarks 
november 2011 by stml
Monday Midday News: Penguin Pulls Out of Overdrive - Dear Author
This industry deserves to die if it keeps doing things like this to its readers.
booktwo  penguin  ebooks  overdrive 
november 2011 by stml
Occupy Wall Street Library Evicted - GalleyCat
[bk2 Link] Occupy Wall Street Library Evicted - GalleyCat
booktwo  occupy  newyork  occupynewyork  library 
november 2011 by stml
Wired on Kindle Fire: Is This Really the Tablet Everyone’s Talking About?
[bk2 Link] Wired on Kindle Fire: Is This Really the Tablet Everyone’s Talking About?
booktwo  amazon  kindle  fire  review  wired 
november 2011 by stml
Hot books for cool readers: Serpent's Tail at 25 is still the publisher with bite - Features - Books - The Independent
[bk2 Link] Hot books for cool readers: Serpent's Tail at 25 is still the publisher with bite - Features - Books ...
booktwo  serpentstail  peteayrton  literature  publishing 
november 2011 by stml
Japanese E-Commerce Company Rakuten Buys E-Reading Platform Kobo For $315M In Cash | TechCrunch
[bk2 Link] Japanese E-Commerce Company Rakuten Buys E-Reading Platform Kobo For $315M In Cash | TechCrunch
booktwo  ebooks  kobo 
november 2011 by stml
Kindle lending, a right or a liberty? | FutureBook
"Amazon announced earlier this week that Kindle owners who subscribe to its Amazon Prime programme will now be able to download one free e-book a month from a selection of 5,000 titles in the library. According to the Wall Street Journal the new service, called Kindle Owners' Lending Library, is intended to drive Kindle device sales. The books cannot be accessed via apps on other devices, which means it won't work on the iPad or iPhone." It begins. Publishers would be advised to do deals rather than moan, but why change the habit of several lifetimes?
booktwo  kindle  amazon  library  lending  streaming  ebooks 
november 2011 by stml
How Freemium Self-published Fiction Is Taking Over China | Publishing Perspectives
[bk2 Link] How Freemium Self-published Fiction Is Taking Over China | Publishing Perspectives
booktwo  china  selfpublishing  publishing 
november 2011 by stml
Clive Thompson on Why Kids Can't Search | Magazine
Digital literacy, critical thinking and the myth of the "digital native" are critical to everything we're doing.
booktwo  search  digital  literacy  culture  education  kids 
november 2011 by stml
The New Patterns of Culture: Slow, Fast & Spiky « TEST
Mistaking nostalgia for business advice. Excellent piece from Matt Locke: please read.
booktwo  attention  culture  trends  nostalgia 
november 2011 by stml
LibraryCloud
"a metadata server that gathers library metadata from multiple institutions and makes it available through open APIs and as Linked Open Data. The aim is to make everything libraries know available to the full Web ecosystem."
booktwo  library  cloud  api  metadata  books  linkeddata  data 
november 2011 by stml
Amazon takeover of Book Depository 'threatens future of bookselling' | Books | guardian.co.uk
IANAL, but it does seem like exactly the kind of thing a monopoly commission exists to prevent...
booktwo  amazon  bookdepository  bookselling 
november 2011 by stml
Digital Books: A New Chapter for Reader Privacy | ACLUNC dotRights
Primer on digital rights and responsibilities from the ACLU, as presented by Nicole Ozer at Books in Browsers. Issues that will be crucial for social reading services.
booktwo  aclu  privacy  rights  books  digital 
october 2011 by stml
Where are all the Editorial Experience designers?
Khoi Vinh on editorial UX: just as important for ebooks. And I'd argue that it's not necessarily time we need, just a better understanding of the material.
booktwo  editorial  design  khoivinh 
october 2011 by stml
Kobo to become a publisher
Another ebook supplier goes direct to authors.
booktwo  kobo  publishing 
october 2011 by stml
Mobnotate: Your Book. Your Yoice. Publish Now!!
Adding media enhancements to ebooks through machine intelligence + human (crowd) curation.
booktwo  ebooks  annotation  socialreading  enhanced  machineintelligence 
october 2011 by stml
Paradise Regained « Snarkmarket
"This is honest-to-goodness digital humanism, from start to finish. 113 baud keyboards. IBM punch cards. All caps and no punctuation — like a real Latin text!"
booktwo  culture  ebooks  digitisation  gutenberg  etext 
october 2011 by stml
Free Market Threatens Diversity, Says Former CEO of Borders UK | Publishing Perspectives
Nothing to do with the deep discounting previously promoted by chains like Borders of course.
booktwo  bookselling  borders  amazon  publishing 
october 2011 by stml
authonomy | A DIGITAL IMPRINT FOR AUTHONOMY
Another digital imprint: Scott Pack and books that "deserve to be published".
booktwo  harpercollins  authonomy  digital  scottpack 
october 2011 by stml
Library books defaced by prankster playwright Joe Orton go on show | Stage | The Guardian
[bk2 Link] Library books defaced by prankster playwright Joe Orton go on show | Stage | The Guardian
2011  exhibition  books  design  joeorton  booktwo  art  islington 
october 2011 by stml
Bookride: The Non Non-Book / Half Book, Half Biscuit
"The book above on Scams in Intellectual Property is so close to the bone that it may signify that the publisher actually does not know what they are offering. Another major non non-book player 'Books LLC' also out of Germany and responsible for 200,000+ such books, has a book on this style of publishing and the Wikipedia article is less than friendly towards the enterprise. Such a programme could, in theory, generate an infinite number of books."
booktwo  algorithm  printing  pod  automated  publishing 
october 2011 by stml
David Hepworth's Blog: Anyone who says they can't work their mobile or their Mac is just trying to draw attention to themselves
"I don't however pretend that I don't understand it or that it's operating on some level beyond my competence because I haven't passed the right exams or I began my education too late. Anything that's been taken up by millions of people all over the world can not be difficult to understand."
booktwo  davidhepworth  technology  design  neophobia 
october 2011 by stml
Frankenfont | Fathom
"An edition of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein laid out using characters and glyphs from PDF documents obtained through internet searches. The incomplete fonts found in the PDFs were reassembled into the text of Frankenstein based on their frequency of use. The most common characters are employed at the beginning of the book, and the text devolves into less common, more grotesque shapes and forms toward the end." Printed via Blurb - more artbooks in POD.
art  book  fonts  pdf  booktwo 
october 2011 by stml
Chris Ware's iPad-Only Comic, "Touch Sensitive," Perfects the Form | Co. Design
[bk2 Link] Chris Ware's iPad-Only Comic, "Touch Sensitive," Perfects the Form | Co. Design
booktwo  comics  chrisware  ipad  design  app 
october 2011 by stml
IN FULL: Julian Assange: Statement on the Unauthorised, Secret Publishing of the Julian Assange “autobiography” by Canongate
[bk2 Link] IN FULL: Julian Assange: Statement on the Unauthorised, Secret Publishing of the Julian Assange “auto...
booktwo  wikileaks  assange  canongate  publishing 
september 2011 by stml
At its best, digital design is choreography - O'Reilly Radar
"Text can be fluid and responsive — it can reshuffle itself due to display size, orientation, or user interaction. Our job is not to dictate where words on a virtual page must be, but instead to guide them to where they should be." — Liza Daly
lizadaly  threepress  booktwo  bib  interview  digital  design  typesetting 
september 2011 by stml
« earlier      
per page:    204080120160

related tags

3am  3ambrasil  3ammagazine  4thestate  5thestate  50cyborgs  @  abe  abebooks  abramgames  abundance  academia  academic  access  ace  aclu  acquisition  act  action  activism  adamgreenfield  adaptation  addedvalue  adobe  adrianhon  adsense  advances  adventure  advertising  adverts  aesthetic  aesthetics  africa  afterthebitrush  agency  agencymodel  agent  agents  ai  aids  airport  aldoushuxley  alexismadrigal  algorithm  algorithms  alistapart  allenlane  alphabet  alvinlucier  amazon  amazonencore  amazonpublishing  analogue  analysis  analytics  andrewfranklin  andrewgallix  andrewgilligan  andrewlosowsky  android  Anglo-Saxon  anglosaxon  angryrobot  animation  annabelfrearson  annotate  annotation  annotations  anobii  anonymity  anonymous  anothersky  anthropology  antimega  antiquarian  anus  anwilson  aol  api  app  apple  applestore  application  applications  appropriation  apps  appstore  apt  aptdtudio  aptstudio  ar  archaeology  architecture  archive  archive.org  archives  archiving  arduino  arg  args  art  artfund  artgarfunkel  article  articles  artificialintelligence  artist  artists  artistsbooks  artistsebooks  arts  ash  ashcloud  ass  assange  associatedpress  atlantic  atomic  attention  atwood  audible  audio  audiobooks  augmented  augmentedreality  aura  australia  authonomy  author  authorhouse  authors  authorsguild  authorship  authorsplace  automated  avantgarde  award  awards  awesome  awesomeness  axioms  b&n  babbage  backdoor  backlist  backup  badidea  ballard  ban  barcamp  barcodes  barnesandnoble  bathtime  baudrillard  bbc  bbc4  beard  bebook  berg  berlin  bernhardrieder  bestsellers  beta  betting  bib  bible  biblioclasty  bibliomania  bibliophilia  bike  bilbary  binding  bioart  birds  bkeepr  bkkeepr  bl  blackberry  blackwells  blast  bldgblog  blech  bleeding  blog  blogger  blogging  blogginh  blogs  blogstobooks  bloomsbury  bloomsday  blurb  boat  boingboing  bokshops  bonnier  boocamp  book  bookaid  bookarmy  bookblogs  bookbreaking  bookclub  bookcountry  bookcovers  bookdata  bookdepository  bookdesign  bookdshops  bookeen  booker  bookerprize  bookfair  bookfuturism  bookglutton  bookhacks  bookish  bookkake  booklamp  bookland  booklocker  bookmark  bookmarking  bookmarklet  bookmarklets  bookmarks  bookmen  bookn3rd  bookoven  bookrabit  bookride  books  booksearch  bookseer  bookseller  booksellers  bookselling  bookserver  bookshelf  bookshelves  bookshop  bookshops  booksinbrowsers  booksquare  bookstore  bookstores  booksurge  booktrust  booktwo  bookworship  booze  border  borders  boxfiction  boycott  boydtonkin  branding  brands  brazil  brevity  bricksandmortar  britain  britannica  british  britishcouncil  britishlibrary  broadcast  broadcasting  browseinside  browser  brucesterling  bsjohnson  buckets  bunnymunro  burroughs  bus  business  buzzfeed  cablegate  cables  cafescribe  camera  campaign  canada  canon  canongate  capitalism  captcha  career  carolannduffy  carolanneduffy  cartoon  casual  cc  cellphones  censorship  ces  change  chapters  charity  charlesbabbage  charlesstross  charliestross  chart  chatroulette  chemistry  chicago  children  childrens  china  chrispetit  christ  christmas  chrisware  chrome  city  cityofsound  civilisation  classics  clayshirky  cliche  cloud  cms  code  codex  collaboration  collecting  collection  collins  colombia  color  colour  comedy  comic  comics  comment  commentisfree  commentpress  comments  commoncraft  commune  communication  community  companies  company  computation  computer  computerscience  computerworld  compyright  concordfreepress  conference  conferences  connectivity  conservation  constraints  constructedlanguage  content  contextual  conversation  conversion  cooking  cookingwithbooze  coolio  copyright  core77  cormacmccarthy  cornucopia  corrections  corydoctorow  cover  covers  coversourcing  craft  craigmod  creative  creativecommons  creativereview  creativity  crime  critic  criticism  critiscism  crowdsource  crowdsourcing  css  ctegorisation  cuecat  cult  culturalproperty  culture  curation  currentaffairs  cursor  custom  customers  customisation  cyborg  cynical  cyoa  daemon  daily  dailyfuckingmail  dailymail  data  database  dating  daveeggers  davegray  davidar  davidbausola  davidfosterwallace  davidhepworth  davidmamet  davidmarkson  davidpearson  davidweinberger  dconstruct  deal  death  debate  debill  dedalusbooks  delivery  dematerialisation  demographics  denniswheatley  depth  design  designs  desktop  desperate  detainee  developers  development  device  devices  dfw  diaries  diary  dictators  dictionary  digital  digitalalliance  digitalecononomy  digitalhumanities  digitalist  digitisation  digitised  dilbert  discount  discounts  discussion  disney  distraction  distribution  diy  dk  dmca  dna  doctorow  documentary  dogearing  dogs  donations  donkey  dorislessing  douglasadams  download  downloads  drawing  drinking  drm  dropbox  drwho  dubai  dumpsters  dutch  dvd  dyslexia  dyslexic  dystopia  eagger  ebert  ebook  ebooks  eco  ecommerce  economics  economist  edinburgh  edit  editing  editor  editorial  education  edvictor  eff  eg8  egypt  eink  electronicpublishing  elending  elibrary  email  embed  emi  emotion  emotionalresponse  emptylibraries  emusic  encore  encyclopaedia  encyclopedia  endurance  energy  engadget  engineering  english  enhanced  enhancedebook  enhancededitions  epaper  epub  epublishing  ereader  ereaders  ereading  ereaser  erotica  eslick  essay  essays  etext  etymology  eu  eula  europe  evelynwaugh  event  events  everything  everythingismiscellaneous  evolution  exceptional  exclusive  exhibition  exile  experience  experiment  experimental  explore  expresso  exquisitecorpse  faber  faberfactory  faberfinds  facebook  failure  fall  fan  fancreation  fandom  fans  fantasy  fashion  faulkner  fearmongering  feed  feedbooks  festival  festivalofbritain  ficlets  fiction  fictionuncovered  fictionwise  figures  filesharing  film  filming  films  finaces  finance  fire  firefox  flash  flashcrash  flashman  flickr  font  fonts  forever  forgottenbooks  form  format  formats  forums  foursquare  foxnews  foyles  framework  france  frankchimero  frankfurt  frankfurtbookfair  frankkermode  franzen  frbr  free  freedom  freeware  french  from:yahoonews  fuel  fun  funding  fundraising  funny  furniture  future  futurebook  futureeverything  futurism  gallery  galleycat  game  gameboy  gameplay  games  gaming  gawker  gay  gba  gbs  geekery  gender  gene  generative  genre  geo  geocities  geoffdyer  georgemacdonaldfraser  georgeoates  georgewalkley  georgewhitman  germany  gibson  gifts  gilscottheron  gin  git  gizmodo  glasshouse  glut  go  goa  gogol  goldennotebook  goldsmiths  gollancz  goodlibraryblog  google  googlebooks  googleearth  googlemaps  googlevideo  government  gowersreport  gps  grafitti  granta  graphicdesign  greatideas  guantanamo  guardian  guide  guilt  gutenberg  hachette  hack  hacking  hacks  hamishhamilton  handmade  hapercollins  harassment  hardware  harlequin  harmonisation  harper  harpercollins  harperpress  harperstudio  harrypotter  harvard  hauntology  hay  hayfestival  hazlitt  heathrobinson  hegel  herecomeseverybody  hero  highlight  historiography  history  hitchhikersguide  hitotoki  hiv  hmv  hoax  hobby  howto  hplovecraft  html  html5  huffingtonpost  humanrights  humor  humour  humument  huntersthompson  hurts  huxley  hybridbooks  hype  hypecycle  hyperlocal  iainsinclair  ianfleming  ianmcewan  ibm  ibooks  ica  iceberg  icommons  id  ideas  identity  ideo  idiot  if  if:book  ifbook  ifbookthen  iliad  illuminatus  illustration  image  images  immersion  impetus  inc  independent  indepenedent  indesign  indexoncensorship  india  indie  indsutry  industry  infographic  inform  inform7  information  ingram  innovation  inspiration  instapaper  interaction  interactive  interactivefiction  interation  interesting  interesting2008  interface  internet  internetarchive  internetofthings  interrogation  interview  invention  invinocivitas  ios  ip  ipad  iphone  ipod  iriver  irvinewelsh  isbn  island  islington  iteration  itunes  iuniverse  jacket  jackets  jackkerouac  jackschulze  jamesbond  jamesbridle  jamesdaunt  jamesfrey  jamesjoyce  jamesspackman  janefriedman  janemcgonigal  japan  jargon  javascript  jeffbezos  jeffgomez  jeffhowe  jeremyet  jezebel  jimmywales  jkrowling  jobs  joeorton  johncowperpowys  johnperrybarlow  joke  jonathanharris  jonathankarp  jonathanross  journal  journalism  journalist  journals  journey  joyce  judge  jury  kakutani  karadzic  keitai  kenhollings  kevinkelly  khoivinh  kickstarter  kids  kindle  klingon  kmz  knitting  knowledge  kobo  kurtvonnegut  labels  ladygaga  language  lanyrd  laptop  larkin  lasercut  latimes  latinamerica  law  lawsuit  lbf  lbf2011  learning  learningbydoing  lecture  lectures  lega  legal  lending  lessig  lessing  letter  letters  lexcycle  libraries  library  libraryofcongress  libraryscience  librarything  librivox  librovix  licensing  lifehacker  lightningsource  lignin  lindseymooney  linguistics  linkbait  linkeddata  linkedin  lint  list  lists  lit  litblogs  litcamp  literacy  literary  literaryplatform  literature  litro  live  lizadaly  local  location  locative  logo  london  london2010  londonbookfair  londonist  londonmagazine  lonelyplanet  longpen  longreads  lost  lostgeneration  love  lovecraft  lrb  lse  luddite  lulu  lyrics  mac  machineintelligence  machinelearning  machines  machinetags  macmillan  madonna  mag+  magazine  magazines  magcloud  mage  mailinglist  make  mali  manuscript  mao  map  mapbook  mapping  mappinh  maps  maptube  margaretatwood  marginalia  markames  markesmith  market  marketing  marktwain  mashable  mashup  matchboxes  matching  matthewdeabaitua  mattsheret  maxhastings  me  mebooks  mechanicalturk  mechanisation  media  medialoper  medieval  melville  melvillehouse  memorial  memory  menace  merchandise  metadata  mfa  mhp  michaelbhaskar  michaeljackson  microsoft  migurski  mimic  mitchalbom  mj  mob  mobile  mobilephone  mobilephones  mobileread  model  models  moderation  modern  modernism  modernist  moleskine  moma  monkey  monocle  monopoly  monza  moorcock  morpurgo  movie  movies  mp3  multimedia  museum  museums  music  musicindustry  muumuuhouse  muxtape  myspace  mystery  myt  narrative  narrowai  navigation  neglect  neophobia  netflix  netherlands  netvibes  network  networkedbook  networking  networkrealism  neuroscience  news  newspaper  newspaperclub  newspapers  newyork  newyorker  newyorkobserver  newyorktimes  nicholsonbaker  nickcave  nickharkaway  nickhornby  nintendo  nonlinearity  nook  nostalgia  notation  notes  notetaking  notice  notionalspace  noughtscrosses  novel  novelisation  novels  novelty  numbering  numbers  nyc  nyrb  nyt  nytimes  obituary  object  objects  observer  oca  occupy  occupynewyork  oclc  ocr  octaviokulesz  odysseyeditions  officialdom  okgo  oled  olpc  olympics  ondemand  online  open  openaccess  openbookmarks  openlibrary  openmargin  openroad  opensource  openstreetmap  orange  orbooks  oreilly  org  orphan  orphanworks  orwell  orwellprize  osamabinladen  osm  osprey  overdrive  overload  ownership  packaging  pageflip  pages  panbookshop  pandora  panel  panmacmillan  paper  paperback  papernet  paris  parody  participation  patina  patrickhamilton  patrickkeiller  patterns  paulford  paulocoelho  paywall  pdf  pearson  peers  pengrin  penguin  penguincubator  penpusher  people  performance  personal  peteayrton  petercollingridge  pfd  philadelphiaenquirer  philips  philosophy  photo  photography  photos  physical  piracy  piratebay  pixel  pixels  plagiarism  plasticlogic  platform  play  playful  playful09  playstation  plugin  pluto  pod  podcapst  podcast  podcasts  poetry  poetrycafe  poland  politics  pony  pooter  popular  porn  pornography  portal  possession  postdigital  poster  posters  postliteracy  postliterate  postmodernism  pr  predictions  presentation  preservation  pressbooks  price  pricing  primer  print  printing  printisdead  printondemand  privacy  prize  proboscis  procrastination  productivity  profile  programmes  programming  progress  project  projectredstripe  projects  promotions  protest  proxy  psychogeography  psychology  pub  pubbench  publ;ishing  publicdomain  publicity  publish  publisher  publishers  publishersassociation  publishersweekly  publishing  publishing2  publishingnews  publising  publsihing  pulp.net  qrcodes  quarterly  quartet  quietus  quotation  quotations  quote  quotes  r&d  radical  radio  radio4  radiohead  radioshack  railways  random  randomhouse  rarity  rca  reaction  read  reader  readership  reading  readmill  readysteadybook  recaptcha  recession  recommendation  recommendations  record  red  redbull  redlemonade  redmen  reference  reissue  related  religion  remaster  remix  rental  report  research  resonacefm  resonancefm  resource  resources  results  retail  returns  reuters  review  reviews  revision  rewrite  rfid  rice  richardcharkin  richardnash  richardstallman  rig  rights  rim  rip  rms  robbegrillet  robot  robotics  robots  romance  rowing  royalties  roygreenslade  rsb  rss  rupertmurdoch  russelldavies  russia  saddam  saleorreturn  sales  salt  sanfrancisco  saralloyd  satire  saulbass  saulwilliams  savoy  scale  scan  scanner  scanning  scanops  scarcity  schoolofeverything  schooloflife  schools  science  sciencefiction  sciencemuseum  sciencfiction  scifi  scotland  scottkarp  scottpack  screen  scribd  scripting  sculpture  sea  search  searchandreplace  secondhand  secondlife  security  segway  selfpub  selfpublishing  selling  semantic  serbia  sergeybrin  serpentstail  server  service  services  sethgodin  settlement  sexism  shakespeare  shakespeareandco  share  sharing  shelfari  shepardfairey  shop  shopping  shops  short  shorts  shortstories  shortstory  sign  signature  signing  simon&schuster  simplicity  simpsons  singles  site  skin  skull  slash  slate  sliza  slowfire  slush  slushpile  smell  smoking  snarkmarket  snowbooks  social  socialmedia  socialnetworks  socialreading  socialreadming  socialsoftware  society  societyofauthors  softskull  software  sony  sonyreaber  sonyreader  sopa  sophie  sophierochester  sound  source  southafrica  southamerica  souvenir  souvenirs  spacefilling  spain  spam  spanish  speaking  special  specialcharacters  spectra  speed  speedreading  spimes  spinebreakers  sponsorship  sports  spotify  spreadtheword  srilanka  ssees  stacks  stamps  standards  stategy  statistics  stefanieposavec  stelladuffy  stephenfry  stephenpage  steveaylett  stevejobs  stevemcqueen  stevenbjohnson  stewarthome  stml  storage  store  stores  stories  story  storypoints  storytelling  strand  strategy  streaming  stross  stroytelling  studio60  stupid  stupidity  submission  subscription  subscriptionmodel  subtraction  success  succour  surface  surplus  survey  sustainability  suwcharman  sxsw  tablet  tag  tagging  tags  tahrir  tales  talk  taolin  tattoo  tattoos  tax  tech  techcrunch  technology  technologystrategyboard  technovia  ted  teens  telegraph  teleread  television  terrorism  tesco  text  texting  tfl  theatlantic  theatre  thebookseller  theeconomist  theexile  theft  theguardian  theory  thetimes  thewire  things  thisiswhathappens  thomasmore  threepress  tictactoe  timburton  timcarmody  timcoates  time  times  timesemit  timoarnall  tintin  tipjar  tls  toc  toc200  toccon  today  todo  toilet  tolisten  tomato  tomcoates  tommcarthy  tommccarthy  tomphillips  tonywhite  tool  tools  toolsofchange  tor  toread  torrent  tour  tracking  trailer  translate  translation  transmedia  travel  trend  trends  tropo  tsb  tseliot  tshirt  tumblr  tv  twelve  twitter  twitterbook  type  typeface  typefact  typesetting  typewriter  typewriters  typography  typophile  ubuweb  ucl  ugc  ui  uk  ulysses  umairhaque  unbook  unbound  unboundbooks  underground  unesco  unfiction  unicorns  urban  ursulaleguin  usa  usability  usage  usb  userinteraction  ustwo  utilities  utopia  ux  valentine  value  valuechain  vat  velib  versioncontrol  vesrsioncontrol  via:blackbeltjones  via:blech  via:bobulate  via:boingboing  via:danw  via:ifbook  via:infovore  via:migurski  via:selfmadehero  via:straup  victorian  video  videos  vintage  viral  virtualworlds  visual  visualeditions  visualisation  visualization  visualthinking  vlog  vocabulary  voip  volcano  vonnegut  voxels  voxeo  waffle  wall  walmart  wap  war  warandpeace  warrenellis  waste  waterstones  web  web2.0  webdesign  webdirections  webook  website  websites  wedding  wendycope  wesch  wetellstories  widget  wifi  wii  wiki  wikihistoriography  wikileaks  wikipedia  wikiracing  wikitravel  wiliamgibson  willashon  williamgibson  williammorris  willwiles  winter  wired  wisdomofwhores  wolfram  word  wordle  wordpress  wordprocessing  words  work  worldbookday  worldcat  writers  writing  wsj  wylie  wyndhamlewis  xerox  xml  xo  xplane  yannmartel  yce  youth  youtube  youwriteon  zeeba  zeebasadiq  zerobooks  zeroinfluencer  zotero 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: