And…back Paid Members Public
Back from both holiday and a blogging break. Here's what's been going on.
A healthy news diet: how and what we read changes our brain Paid Members Public
One of the responses to political polarization and toxic community could — and should — be paying greater attention to our information diets
One man's passionate rejection of the Kindle Paid Members Public
The best argument I’ve seen for not owning a Kindle [http://confusedofcalcutta.com/2015/12/21/unkindle/] > Books don’t just contain stories. Each individual book is also a story. Particularly when you’re dealing with books that have been around for some time, the provenance of the book
Designing your online consumption Paid Members Public
I really like this thoughtful approach to designing how you read, store and respond to online content [http://www.thewavingcat.com/2013/03/02/my-setup-reading-writing-bookmarking/]. I must do the same.
#ftmedia12 - The eBook (r)evolution Paid Members Public
* Matteo Berlucchi, Chief Executive Officer, aNobii [http://www.anobii.com/anobi/anobii_home.php] * Santiago de la Mora, Director, Print Content Partnerships EMEA, Google * Tim Hely Hutchinson, Group Chief Executive, Hachette UK [http://www.hachette.com] * Michael Serbinis, Chief Executive Officer, Kobo Moderated by Richard Waters Michael Serbinis – They’ve
#dConstruct - Books, Stories and other Myths Paid Members Public
[![dconstruct.jpg](https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/09/dconstruct-thumb-520x346-2038.jpg?resize=520%2C346)](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2011/09/dconstruct-2038.html) Some sessions pretty much defy blogging. [Craig Mod](http://craigmod.com/ "Craig Mod")‘s session, notionally on the future of the