Tag Archives: E-book

“Kids” These Days!

In case you haven’t heard about this recent Pew Report, let me do my part to make sure anyone who reads this blog is aware of it!  (Because I think it’s important news for libraries!) A Pew Research Center report released June … Continue reading

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Libraries are Transforming. . . Again

Libraries are changing, it’s true.  I’ve posted about embedded librarians, taking the library to the community, offering unique programs and services, and much more.  But in my opinion, libraries have always been changing.  From closed stacks and chained down books … Continue reading

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Harry Potter, Pottermore, eBooks, and What Does It all Mean?

I’ve been sitting on writing this post for awhile, because I wanted to do some more research and understand it better.  I still don’t understand what it all means, but I decided to go ahead and put this out there … Continue reading

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The Soundtrack of Your Book?

This sounds like a cool thing to me, but maybe you disagree? A service called Booktrack adds music, sound effects, and sound to the text of e-books.  From the New York Times August 2011 article:  “It makes a new and … Continue reading

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