*+-What is hypertext and how does this affect the way we create and consume content? Corey Pressman and Mark Bernstein jump into this topic in the latest Exprima Talks episode.
*+-Jeanenne Ray, Senior Marketing Manager at Wiley, will speak at the Reaching Readers conference about how publishers can build strong readers communities. Here is a sneak preview of her talk.
*+-Lewis Lapham, editor of Lapham’s Quarterly, believes we are still in the experimental phase of digital media, waiting for the next online Shakespeare to emerge.
*+-Amazon has patented a technology that allows customers to re-sell ebooks, audiobooks, music and movies in the same way that they can now sell print books, DVDs, and CDs.
*+-Klopotek’s 9th Publishers’ Forum starts Monday in Berlin and will address topics ranging from ONIX to agile workflows to content first business strategies.
*+-Book designers discuss how digital content and different book formats influence the aesthetics and experience of reading.
*+-When you are looking for accurate and authoritative information, do you turn to print books or the internet?
*+-Forrester Research predicts Amazon will sell 3-5 million of its yet-to-be-released tablets in Q4 alone, effectively competing with the iPad.
*+-The Googles of the world may next want to exploit oral property, collective traditional knowledge that is written, but has commercial potential.
*+-QR codes are increasingly used to link print to digital. The question about using QR codes in print books comes down to aesthetics and reading experience.