Are You Working on a Publishing Project for Japanese Charity?

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka Today’s feature story discusses 2:46 Aftershocks: Stories from the Japan Earthquake, which is just one of many charity and inspiration books being published to aid Japanese charities. Several publishers have books in the works. Tell us about yours or about another project aimed at benefiting the Japanese people in the wake of the disaster.

The Future of Publishing is “Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow”

In Digital by Daniel Kalder

By Daniel Kalder NEW YORK: Founded seven years ago, MarkLogic is the maker of a database for “unstructured data” — which these days consists of 80% of the information on the Internet, including documents, emails, social media posts, tweets, pictures, video, blogs, and research data. Currently growing at an exponential rate, managing this type of information can be time-intensive and …

How Authors, Booksellers, Archivists Are Crowdsourcing Funding Online

In Digital by Rachel Aydt

• Websites like,, and are helping artistic entrepreneurs raise money for new projects. • Here, we look at three book-related projects — a comic book, an online library, and a new bookstore — to see if they succeeded in getting the money they needed. By Rachel Aydt Kickstarter: “A New Way to Fund & Follow Creativity”, which was …