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Problogger has a new ebook available called “Blogging for Your Business” and I expect it will be a good one. Here is the description:
cnet has a first look at Barnes & Noble’s entry into the e-book market. Photos of the B&N e-book reader here.
I have now had a significant amount of time to get to know my Kindle and I have to say it outperformed my expectations. As an owner of a previous generation Sony (PRS-500), it is an improvement.
Well, I finally did it. I bought myself a Kindle. I’ve wanted one ever since they came out, but I hesitated early on with the 1st generation device. Due to the high price tag at launch, and the varied reviews, … Continue reading
For those of you that are, like me, big fans of books, information, knowledge, and just plain cool stuff, one of the best things since Project Gutenberg is finally here – Google Print. I’ve been waiting, no, salivating for the … Continue reading