It’s been a while since I took a look at what’s cool in the mobile eBook reader space, as I’ve been quite satisfied with my current reading apps (GoodReader for PDFs, Stanza for ePubs) and their use with Calibre (a must-have eBook library management program). So today I’ve installed ReadMill — a ‘social’ eBook reader […]
Last weekend was great fun as @tturbo and the rest of our years-old Guild Wars group jumped in to the most recent Beta Weekend event. But now the event is done, and the wait continues for the *next* event, and I’m finding I need more of the world to explore. Behold! So ‘a man has […]
Got a Sony eReader and use the Sony Reader store? Well check out the little blue & white box in the right-hand sidebar on the page.
Yep, you read correctly — you can check out books from the library and read them on your eReader.
When’s the last time you bought a CD — the actual physical media? Do you remember the artist or album name? I can’t remember either. It’s just not a media format that has relevance to me now, in the age of wifi and online media stores. When once upon a time I used to have […]
Earlier this week OK Go parted ways with their record label in order to have more creative and publishing control over their music videos. Short version — EMI was not letting their videos be published through YouTube. Longer version and overview at FastCompany. Since that relationship has ended, the following link to the YouTube video […]
Two articles recently crossed my desk: Content in lockdown — Tom Yager, InfoWorld.com I’m increasingly aghast at the erosion of the traditional freedom we’ve enjoyed to do whatever we please with our personal computers — but intrigued by the science behind it. Your Right to Repair — CAA Driver’s Seat Imagine taking your vehicle to […]