Tag: Kindle

Stephen Curry – Kindle surprise and disappointment

In Occam’s Corner, hosted by The Guardian, Stephen Curry discovers that he really likes the Kindle.  From the article: I thought I loved the physical feel of books too much to become enamoured of ebooks. I loved the heft, the smell, the touch of the paper, the firm but yielding resistance of the spine of a new …

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Complimentary Kindle Edition for Authors Self-publishing With Outskirts Press in August

From PRWEB: Outskirts Press, the leading self-publishing and book marketing services provider, announces a promotion that will help self-publishing authors get the most value for their publishing dollars. Throughout the month of August, authors who publish with Outskirts Press receive a free Kindle Edition, a valuable way to jump-start the marketing efforts into todays electronic world. Authors who …

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DRM is for Suckers

I recently read a diatribe by an author about how great and wonderful DRM is.  And how it saved the music industry. And how they believe they “added something unique to the market, and I believe I deserve to be paid for my work.” And how ebooks are in decline.  And how “a lack of …

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