Morning Roundup: Tablets in Schools, Customers Warned Against Showrooming and more
January 6, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Tablets in Schools: What’s Ahead in 2014 (The Digital Shift)
This year, success stories will emerge. Districts that took the time to properly implement tablet rollouts will see results. If you’re in such a district, please write and share!
On Software Quality and Building a Better Evernote (Evernote)
I could quibble with the specifics, but reading Jason’s article was a painful and frustrating experience because, in the big picture, he’s right. We’re going to fix this.
Consumers Warned Against Showrooming (GoodeReader)
A name has been given to an evil that plagues independent bookstores, a practice that was blamed largely for the demise of the Borders bookstore chain: showrooming.
Publishers do need to sell direct, but here are five things they should at least be started on first (Mike Shatzkin)
But in the year I’ve been working with Pete, I’ve learned with more nuanced perspective where “owning the transaction” fits in the hierarchy of tools and opportunities for publishers to directly influence consumer behavior.
Kindle Daily Deals: Unintended Consequences (and others)