eBook Link Round Up from Internet Librarian #il2011

During the two day ebook track in at Internet Librarian there were a lot of references to articles, reports and books, by myself, and others so I thought I would put together a link round up. Content by Cory Docotrow Seriously read this. It’s free to download in the format of your choice and it will help you understand DRM better than anything else. E-book … Continue reading eBook Link Round Up from Internet Librarian #il2011

The eBook User’s Bill of Rights #hcod #ebookrights

Read this. The eBook User’s Bill of Rights is a statement of the basic freedoms that should be granted to all eBook users. The eBook User’s Bill of Rights Every eBook user should have the following rights: the right to use eBooks under guidelines that favor access over proprietary limitations the right to access eBooks on any technological platform, including the hardware and software the … Continue reading The eBook User’s Bill of Rights #hcod #ebookrights

Ask And You Shall Receive, Jason Griffey Answers My eBooks, DRM and eReader Questions

This morning on Twitter I asked: Can someone explain to me the tech reasons Kindle doesn’t work with library ebooks, know its DRM, want more specific plz & thnx @griffey I included an @griffey at the end because I suspected Jason Griffey was the person I know most likely to know the answer. I wasn’t wrong 🙂 Even better he answered me via a blog post. … Continue reading Ask And You Shall Receive, Jason Griffey Answers My eBooks, DRM and eReader Questions

Top Ten Links Week 4

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 1/22/2010 thru 1/28/2010 “Your Brain Can’t Handle Your Facebook Friends” – great article from Mashable using Dunbar’s Number to explain why you can’t keep up with more than 150 Facebook Friends. I’m guess that applies to Twitter as well. Social Technology & an Innovative Intranet can Increase Employee Productivity give stats & … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 4