Friday, June 8 2012
Audio and e-books help fill the need to get in as much reading as possible in one's limited, mortal lifespan.
Friday, February 3 2012
If you’re like me and are more jazzed about decorating chocolate covered strawberries to look like mini-footballs than about the big game, here is a list of some hotly anticipated things to look forward to when the ole’ pig skin is taking a breather.
Wednesday, September 14 2011
They say art imitates life, but so does advertising. What does that mean when we live our lives online?
Friday, August 12 2011
Rather than the first steps of a funeral cortege, the death of Borders is really just the first little dip on a wildly careening roller coaster ride for the people who write, publish, buy and sell books. It's going to shake us up, down and sideways, industry figures say, and some people may get thrown from their cars. But one group is sure to be happy at the end: readers.
Friday, July 15 2011
This year is the 70th anniversary of the first TV commercial, so we cast our glance back at the some of the most memorable ads of all time.
Thursday, January 13 2011
Loss is a necessary part of life, sure, but must it be a necessary part of TV?
Thursday, August 12 2010
As traditional print media is being slowly but irresistibly subsumed by electronic competitors, powerhouse agent Andrew Wylie argues that writers should get a larger cut of e-book sales. But is Wylie, in reality, seeking to destroy paper-based publishing houses?
Thursday, July 8 2010
Thursday, April 1 2010
Apple's latest gadget, the iPad, hits shelves this weekend. There's been a lot of chatter on the interwebs and in the publishing world about how the shiny new tech may change the way we think of books.