EBookstore

The publishing world is in serious crisis and the brick and mortar bookstores are in trouble. Many publishing companies have either closed their doors or have changed their business strategy. For example, Dorchester Publishing dropped its traditional print publishing business in favor of an e-book/print-on-demand model. With advent of the eBook reader and the astronomical […]

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When public libraries offer historical documentation online in addition to card catalogue’s this is another sign that they’re starting to get the 21st century big picture aspects of which I’ve covered in my previous article’s More on the subject of CD Books and eBooks and Google launches new eBookstore. The Sylacauga public library now has […]

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Sandy on January 1st, 2011

I received Chris Paton’s (Scotland’s Greatest Story) newsletter in my inbox today and decided to take a closer look at his “Archive CD Books / Eneclann sale” on his blog which, coincidentally pointed me to a worldwide project called “Archive CD Books”. If you happened to read my December 7 article Google launches new eBookstore […]

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