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Amazon released KDP Select stats, self-publishers shared publishing tips and the digital rights quagmire continued.
This week in publishing, authors may or may not be making bank on KDP Select, budding self-publishers got insight from experts and the murky digital rights issue raged on.
Dan Gillmor offers an author's perspective on choosing how to publish.
In this video podcast, author Dan Gillmor talks about the pros and cons of traditional publishing versus self-publishing.
Lessons from Amazon, self-publishing, ereading studies, HTML5 and DRM.
It was a busy and sometimes bruising year for publishing as the industry continued its digital transformation. Here, we take a look at five of the biggest lessons from 2011.
Jesse Potash on how he's approaching the publishing model differently with Pubslush Press.
In this podcast, Jesse Potash, founder of Pubslush Press, talks about how his company differs from self-publishing platforms — and from Kickstarter — and how he’s using it to help eradicate global illiteracy.
The Google-Zagat acquisition, a speech-to-ebook platform, and Reuters puts a twist on aggregation.
Google goes deeper into local content with its Zagat acquisition. Also, anyone who can speak can now publish an ebook, and Reuters takes a different approach to aggregation.
Amazing but True Cat Stories is a 38-page coffee table book born from the combined efforts of Mechanical Turk contributors. The creator/editor of the book, Björn Hartmann, describes the genesis of the project on his blog: The idea for this book was born in Terminal A at Washington Dulles, where I was stranded for some hours in late July…