Most of the DigiPub writers want to focus on their writing, I agree. So far I have found at least seven potential future posting materials (placed in a Google doc) to place, but little time to blog about them. So … Continue reading
Tumblr seems much like its name. An odd mix of personal websites (either strangely edited or unbelievably gorgeous sites) flat up against glossy headliners (such as Bloomberg News for Investors). I can’t tell if tumbler is one of those mandatory social media networks that organizations sign up for “just because”. Do investors read tumbler? I mean really. Continue reading
The world of publishing is changing – rapidly .So why be behind the times? For the sharpest, incisive news source on all things digital, Digital Book World, (http://www.digitalbookworld.com) is the one.
Google+ is like Facebook without its cozy familiarity. Longer discussion threads without the witticisms of tweets. Who should I follow? Who is following me? Since I feel uncomfortable “following” my email contacts and “creating” circles. I am trying a different strategy. Continue reading
Amazon has done it again. Just as traditional publishers hoped to exploit the new market of digital publishing,
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