Want to be a novelist? First you'll need command of the English language, a brilliant idea, dedication, and an agent. Or a complete inability to grasp reality.
If you already own the hardcopy edition of a book, is it ethical to steal the e-book? Jeffrey Seglin and Jason Scott provide contrasting examples.
The death of print media and journalism in the gaming industry will be the subject of a panel at the upcoming PAX East convention in Boston
In the wake of the Amazon vs. Macmillan dispute over e-book pricing, two affected authors opine on the industry's continuing need for publishers.
Whether you call them the Oughts, Noughts, or Noughties, here is the last decade of world events through the lens of magazine covers.
The New York Times has announced that it will begin charging for online content in 2011. Is this the motivation readers need to get a Kindle?
At CES, Plastic Logic announced the Que, an oversized e-reader aimed at business professionals and readers of periodicals (magazines and newspapers).
Magazine companies are collaborating on a shared format for digital editions, but physical newspapers still beat this joint effort in usability.