Kindle Serials

Morning Roundup — Stories you may have missed

By libertyc
November 24, 2012 // 0 Comments

Why it’s time for more transparency in publishing (FutureBook) Will Kindle Serials Transform Anthology Publishing? (Digital Book World) Publishers struggle with an ebook bind (Business Spectator) The Kindle Daily Deal: 14 Kurt Vonnegut books {and} Stolen by Vivian Vande Velde * * *   [...]

E-Books Expand Their Potential With Serialized Fiction

By libertyc
October 2, 2012 // 0 Comments

Could serialized fiction finally force the e-book to evolve? Various ventures are trying to satisfy a common complaint about e-books: that they are simply black-and-white digital reproductions of long-form print books, flat and unoriginal in their design and concept. One variation, what publishers [...]

Short-Form Digital Grows at University Presses

By libertyc
September 19, 2012 // 0 Comments

Back in March, the Digital Digest profiled Princeton Shorts, a new short-form e-book program launched last fall by Princeton University Press. At least two more AAUP presses have launched short e-book programs this spring: Stanford, with Stanford Briefs, and North Carolina, with UNC Press [...]

Amazon rolls out X-Ray for Movies, Immersion Reading, Kindle Serials and Whispersync for Voice

By libertyc
September 7, 2012 // 4 Comments

By Arnold Zafra | for the Technology Tell network Along with the new products it launched yestertoday, Amazon also introduced some new features on its devices related to content consumption. These new features are X-Ray for Movies, Immersion Reading, Kindle Serials and Whispersync for Voice. [...]

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