This is going to sound crazy. After all, I run an online content business. But the best reading app for comprehension, emotional engagement, and more is … paper. Whether we go back to the ancient Egyptians or the Chinese, there’s nothing new about paper. What is new is the understanding that reading on paper is […]
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This is a guest post by Joseph LaLonde. He is a youth leader at Oak Crest Church of God and a leadership blogger. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter. When I began writing my blog, I wanted to reach everyone. Young, old, and anyone in-between. Choosing everyone as my audience seemed […]
I am on sabbatical for the next few weeks. While I am gone, I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to stand in for me. This is a guest post by Stu McLaren, the Co-founder of WishList Member and Rhino Support, as well as being a popular business speaker. You can read his blog […]
I am on sabbatical for the next few weeks. While I am gone, I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to stand in for me. This is a guest post by Dan Miller. He is the author of 48 Days to the Work You Love. You can read his blog and explore his community […]
I am on sabbatical for the next few weeks. While I am gone, I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to stand in for me. This is a guest post from Jeff Goins. He is the author of Wrecked and his forthcoming memoir, The In-Between. You can follow Jeff on Twitter or find out […]
I have now been using the Kindle Fire for about a month.
Recently, Turney Stevens, dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Business interviewed me about the future of printed books, e-books, leadership, personal branding, and a few other topics.
Since publishing my e-book, Creating Your Personal Life Plan, I have had several people as how I created the e-book. Here’s how in six steps.
The book publishing word is undergoing a dramatic shift from print formats to digital. However, the rate of change will be less dramatic than many industry executives think. Here are four reasons why.
I am more optimistic than ever about the future of reading. I don’t know exactly how things will shake out long-term, but I believe we will see the following six trends in 2011.
When Apple launched the iPad last spring, almost everyone thought it would kill Amazon’s Kindle. But it didn’t. Here are four reasons why.
Publishers still have to pay for acquisitions, editorial development, copyediting, cover and interior design, page composition, cataloging, sales, marketing, publicity, merchandising (yes, even in a digital world), credit, collections, accounting, legal, tax, and the all the usual costs associated with running a publishing house. … Once the publisher gets the eBook formatted for a particular eReader, he then as to take it through a quality assurance process (often referred to as “QAing” the book) to make sure that each of the major eReaders renders the pages correctly.