Monthly Archives: August 2011

The New Yorker: Digitally Speaking

Since the rise of digital publishing, magazines have been converting their print publications into digital ones. Now, these publications use the superior power of the iPad to bring their digital versions to thousands of users. The New Yorker, one of … Continue reading

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Libraries in the 21st Century

The digital advances in publishing and media may provide new services and even opportunities for the classic social¬†amenity¬†of the library. The what? I know–the li-brar-y. Stacks upon stacks of dusty tomes will be moved to make room for a few … Continue reading

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Bookbags Getting Lighter

Textbooks are closer to becoming a serious presence in the book app market than ever before. Students make up a large percentage of the iOS audience as younger consumers flock around devices that offer new ways to consume media. Students … Continue reading

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