Tag Archives: ebooks

Books

Books have weight. Boy, does that ever come into sharp focus when you have to move a few thousand of them… It’s been a while since I’ve read a manifesto from the latest fanboy burning their books in favour of … Continue reading

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A (‘nother) Case For Bookshelves

I’m no Luddite — I see the writing on the wall (or perhaps more aptly, not on the wall…) The physical book is giving way to ebooks. For the most part, there are many advantages (which we all know, so … Continue reading

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eBooks Were Made for Canada

Here’s a truly Canadian tale. First, let me preface this piece by saying I’ve been on the fence about ebooks, hung up mostly on the fact that they’re not books in the physical sense. I’m not morally opposed to ebooks, … Continue reading

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Random Thought: Curling Up with a Good Book

It occurred to me while reading Joan Baril’s latest post that part of “curling up with a good book” is the actual, physical book part. “Or perhaps I had joined those of my friends who wanted a book in the … Continue reading

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Why Publishers Aren’t Obsolete – Day 179

[Please Note: this is Saturday's post -- I'm posting it today though because yesterday got away on me before I could finish it...] Had another productive morning. Got in a short little scene between the two characters that sort of … Continue reading

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Day 118 – Kindling

I’ll admit: I thought ebook readers were a fad. Well at least I didn’t think they would replace the book. I thought they’d be one of those novelty things, like the concert settings on your TV and stereo, or the … Continue reading

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