Tagged: Mobile

How audio is beginning to make a noise

Last week The Bookseller introduced its first ever audio download chart , with data provided by Audible. And not before time. Over the past few... Read more

'Impact on society': 24symbols' role with Facebook's Internet.org

Editor's note: Our report earlier this month on the mobile ebook subscription service 24symbols' new role in the Internet.org project led by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg... Read more

How conversations will shape the future of content retailing

On 14th November, I had the pleasure to give a talk at London's FutureBook Conference , one of the key events for UK publishers. The... Read more

At Frankfurt Book Fair: Phoning up a book

With Tuesday in full swing as a pre-Book Fair conference day here in Frankfurt , questions about how to position reading and publishing in the... Read more

FutureBook Hack was a legal high for publishing

As I emerged blinking from into Torrington Street W.1 at 430pm from the UK's first ever #FutureBookHack I felt a kind of elation about the... Read more

Getting our hack on

The inaugural FutureBook Hack takes place this weekend . What can we expect? Read more

#PorterMeets Alice Ryan

When everyone sits down to the midnight feast this weekend at FutureBook Hack in the University College London’s Roberts Building, they can toast, among others,... Read more

Responsive versus Adaptive Design

There are two key design approaches for the modern website. Both have pros and cons and a few considerations: Read more

Romantic intentions

In my head at least, book readers fall into two distinct groups. 1) Those with a To Be Read pile 2) Everyone Else. I’ll be... Read more

Match-making in a freelance world

In the crystal ball gazing that inevitably takes up many end of the year publishing round ups, I have yet to see any that have... Read more

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