Tag Archives: Bookstores

Google + Book Sharing

Google+ is Google’s new social networking venture that has become extremely popular due to its word of mouth campaigns. Let’s face it: people want to be a part of most things that are invite-only. Google+ has taken many of Facebook’s users … Continue reading

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Borders Says Its Last Words

When I wrote about one of the five Borders stores that was closing in New Jersey, I should have expected that the rest of the stores would be going soon, too. To be honest, I had no idea until I … Continue reading

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Shedding Brick-and-Mortar: Growing Pains

No one’s surprised by the decline of brick-and-mortar bookstores anymore—after Borders declared bankruptcy and every electronic developer started making eReaders, coverage is more comparable to watching bookstores drop one by one like lemmings from the proverbial cliff than actually reporting … Continue reading

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Women Love the Nook Color

My sister bought the Nook Color a few weeks ago and she treats it like a cheaper, more productive child. She takes it everywhere: to use during work, to the beach while she sunbathes, to the bathroom, to bed. There’s … Continue reading

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The Digitization of Amazon

Amazon has done what it hoped to accomplish in a couple more years:  become a primarily digital market. This month, Amazon reported that eBooks for the Kindle are outselling both hardcover and paperback books. “We had high hopes that this … Continue reading

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