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And For Our Next Trick - Introducing Wrox’s ASP3Wiki
Tuesday, Oct 9, 2007 | No Comment

Recently we launched Wrox Blox, our bite-sized e-content products for programmers.  Today we continue with new e-content initiatives and have announced our partnership with Near-Time to produce a new line of wiki-based products.
The first of …

Facebook for Content Providers: A Look at the New York Times Application
Wednesday, Sep 12, 2007 | No Comment

The New York Times dips its toe into the Facebook waters today with the release of its New York Times News Quiz application.”Sigh, another Facebook application.” you say? Perhaps, but this one is particularly …

Kassia Krozser Ruined Today’s Blog Post
Thursday, Sep 6, 2007 | 4 Comments

Like many a geek, I feverishly refreshed web pages during yesterday’s Apple event - waiting to get that next scrap of gadgety goodness Steve Jobs throws our way every so often.  The new iPod touch …

The future of the e-book might be a… book?
Thursday, Jun 21, 2007 | No Comment

Check out this amazing hybrid creation from Manolis Kelaidis that combines a traditional book over-printed with conductive ink. Manolis presented his project blueBook at the O’Reilly TOC conference this week and is receiving rave …

What Should an e-Book Be?
Thursday, Apr 26, 2007 | 2 Comments

Yesterday, as part of my Suggested Reading I posted a link to a great post at one of my favorite programming blogs, Coding Horror.  The post is generating a lot of conversation about technology books, …