Digg Reader Not Close to Ready for Prime Time

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
June 26, 2013 // 1 Comment

I woke up this morning to an invitation to join Digg Reader. OK, I confess I did wait until after breakfast to try it out. (Does that make me a bad tech blogger? Or just a hungry one?) Too bad I waited. Apparently all the folks who either don’t sleep or don’t need to eat got in first [...]

Morning Roundup: Are Books Obsolete?

By Joanna Cabot
June 21, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Shifting Landscape of Book Reviews (Indie Reader) With few exceptions, major news publications do not review indie books, even though more than 235,000 titles were self-published as of 2011. This lack of coverage in traditional media outlets, however, has not stopped indies from their rise. [...]

Morning Links: Yahoo acquires Summly

By Joanna Cabot
March 26, 2013 // 0 Comments

Yahoo Acquires News-Reading iPhone App Summly (Paid Content) Digg Details Google Reader Replacement Plans (Good e-Reader) What if the Google Readers Just Don’t Come Back? (Tech Crunch) Evernote for Android Gets Big Update (GigaOM) Kindle Daily Deals: Burning Man by Alan Russell (and 3 [...]

Digg Readying a Google Reader Replacement

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
March 15, 2013 // 2 Comments

Well, that was fast. Digg announced yesterday that they are building a Reader replacement. Apparently they’ve been planning it for a while—they’re just moving it up the priority list. Good for them! I’m liking this part of the announcement: We hope to identify and rebuild the best of [...]

Morning Links — Why I stopped pirating and started paying for media

By Joanna Cabot
March 15, 2013 // 1 Comment

Why I Stopped Pirating and Started Paying for Media (Lifehacker) Sherlock Holmes Copyrights are an Insane Hairball (Boing Boing) Canadian Wireless Check: Why Our Wireless Market is Still Woefully Undercompetitive (Michael Geist) Digg Developing Google Reader Replacement (Good e-Reader) Kindle Daily [...]

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