Wikipedia is losing editors faster than it recruits them, partly because of the hostile and exhausting environment in which the site's content is crafted.
Dmitri Nabokov had published his father Vladimir Nabokov's unfinished novel, 'The Original of Laura', but lets readers compare it to the author's intentions.
Despite demand for the Nook and firmware updates for the Kindle, we're still left to wonder if there's a future for e-books.
Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books? Now you can choose your own hyperlink as this series comes to the Amazon Kindle e-book reader.
A modern book launch requires an online presence. What happens when an author dedicated solely to his craft has to handle such technological promotions?
With e-books, a book can be cheaply and easily updated even after publication, eliminating the need to get it right the first time.
There is currently no market for used e-books. Does this benefit the publisher and hurt the consumer? Or is it lose-lose?
Borders has announced plans to close several Waldenbooks locations at malls nationwide. Why do they think mall shoppers don't buy books?