ipads in classroomsHow My Little Free Library Became Self-Sustaining (Book Riot)
The reality of running a Little Free Library is often much less bright and cheery. A lot of the books that get put in aren’t anything anyone would want to take.

How I Manage my Creative Process on an 11-Inch Macbook Air (GigaOM)
I decided to get an Air for myself and hand down my 15-inch MacBook Pro. Wins all around.

Self-Publishing Lets Women Break Book Industry’s Glass Ceiling, Survey Finds (The Guardian)
While men still dominate the traditional books world, among DIY writers women are publishing and selling more.

Apple is Going to Make it Easier to Put iPads in Classrooms (Ink, Bits & Pixels)
Apple sent out an email on Friday with the news that they were changing the rules for the academic market. The company plans to reduce the number of steps needed to set up an iPad by allowing schools to assign and distribute apps to a device without an Apple ID.

Kindle Daily Deal: Guidebook to Murder (and others)

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