Joanna Cabot's Best of 2012: Stories you may have missed

TeleRead’s Toronto-based senior writer Joanna Cabot, currently our most prolific blogger by a long shot, wrote over 100 articles for this site in 2012. (And that’s not counting her daily Morning Roundups.) 

What were some of her best-loved and most popular stories of the year? For your holiday reading pleasure, here are a few you may enjoy revisiting … or reading for the very first time!  —Ed.


• My Top Reads of 2012

• My eBook Market Predictions for 2013

• Is Digitization Enabling Minimalism for a New Generation?

• Why Interactive Storybooks are a Bad Idea

• What We Can Learn From the Troubles of Martha Stewart

• It is Now Illegal to Break DRM on eBooks in Canada

• An Open Letter to ebook Retailers: Let’s Have a Return to Common Sense

• What I Got for my $18: A Kindle Case Study

• The Public Outcry Over Rowling’s Adult Novel, and What we Can Learn From it

• The State of iPad in Education: A Giant Mess

• eBook Ergonomics: Best Practices

• Apps, Books & Coffee: The Media Pricing Debate

• Tech in the Tub: An eReading Field Study

• State of the eBook Union: A Mid-Year Report

• How Reader Technology Has Made me a Smarter & Better Learner

• Is Amazon Evil or Are They Just Really Good at Business?

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About Joanna Cabot (1592 Articles)
"I’m a journalist, a teacher and an e-book fiend. I work as a French teacher at a K-3 private school. I use drama, music, puppets, props and all manner of tech in my job, and I love it. I enjoy moving between all the classes and having a relationship with each child in the school. Kids are hilarious, and I enjoy watching them grow and learn. My current device of choice for reading is my Amazon Kindle Touch, but I have owned or used devices by Sony, Kobo, Aluratek and others. I also read on my tablet devices using the Kindle app, and I enjoy synching between them, so that I’m always up to date no matter where I am or what I have with me."

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