Category Archives: ebooks

sentimentalising the book

i had an interesting conversation with some friends on facebook this week in response to the flying books of morris lessmore (best animated short at the academy awards). it’s a beautiful animation but it’s popularity does raise some great questions. … Continue reading

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I’m back. After coming to the realisation that my more intellectual musings were beginning to populate my facebook feed and bore some of my friends senseless. It seems that I do need a place to not just gather my links … Continue reading

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the wasteland app

T.S. Eliot‘s most challenging poem has topped the Apple App Store’s Top Grossing App list. faber launched this iconic poem into the world of apps earlier this year and it immediately topped apple’s listings (for some reason i find this … Continue reading

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kevin kelly in his piece ‘what books will become’ makes the statement ‘What books have always wanted was to be annotated, marked up, underlined, dog-eared, summarized, cross-referenced, hyperlinked, shared, and talked-to. Being digital allows them to do all that and … Continue reading

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more wonderful book art

book cubes interesting article about how reading online leaves many of us feeling a bit dissatisfied, those of us who love our bookshelves anyway. these ‘souvenirs of digital reading’ provide a tangible record of where our minds have travelled book lamps … Continue reading

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