Monthly Archives: October 2010

New E-reader

The e-reader wars continue to heat up. The new, lower priced Kindle has now been answered by the new Nook. Barnes & Noble now has a color Nook available. The new version has a color touch screen and Wi-Fi –(no … Continue reading

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Changes coming due to online growth?

The Chronicle has an interesting article (“Will Technology kill the Academic Calendar?”) on how online education is changing the way some programs and colleges offer classes. Since one of the benefits of online education is that it can allow students … Continue reading

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Digitizing Books

With the advent of better and faster scanners, more people are considering whether to investigate digitizing their own personal libraries. The publicity that Google has garnered for its various scanning projects has made people aware of the possibilities that now … Continue reading

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