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  • March 10, 2010
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  Via JKOnTheRun The past two years have seen the public’s interest in e-books reach dizzying heights. The Kindle and other readers have pushed the e-book phenomenon in front of mainstream consumers. The imminent appearance of the iPad and the iBookstore have renewed that interest, and folks previously untouched by the e-book craze are now…

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  • March 6, 2010
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We've noted in the past the various stories of individual authors like Paulo Coelho and David Pogue, who showed that free (non-DRM'd) versions of their ebooks helped increase physical book sales. Then, in February, we wrote about some actual research that showed that when unauthorized ebooks get out into the wild, there is a "significant…

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  • February 23, 2010
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  • February 22, 2010
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After publishing a post from The Guardian in the UK about how ebook piracy hardly exists at this point, but is probably inevitable, and may be a necessary evil to force us to rethink publishing, I have been deluged by howls of protest. Fair enough – you can find some of them in the comments…

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  • February 5, 2010
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“One defends when his strength is inadequate, he attacks when it is abundant.”

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  • January 14, 2010
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With the glut of ereaders on the market and the deluge from CES about to hit, plenty of newbies will be discovering ebooks this year. They’ll be hard to avoid. The first thing they’ll learn is that your choice of reader often locks you in to one ebook format. So do all formats cost the…

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  • December 17, 2009
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eBookSample: The arrival of the Kindle had made e-books much more visible on the Australian landscape, and local retailers are planning a bigger push on marketing e-books next year. But if you