Weekend Roundup: Has Google Demolished Newspapers? B&N Coming to CES Without Nook. Again
January 5, 2014 | 10:04 am
By Joanna Cabot
Has Google Demolished the Newspaper Industry? (GoodeReader)
The newspaper industry has lost billions of dollars in the last 10 years, which is directly proportionate to the sheer growth Google has garnered . Should Google be doing more for the newspaper industry?
B&N is Coming to CES 2014 Sans Nook (The Digital Reader)
For the second year in a row Barnes & Noble is renting a booth at CES. Once again they will be occupying a booth in the lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center, and once again they won’t be showing off the Nook (or so the exhibitor listing and scheduled event suggest).
Konrath’s Resolutions for Writers (Joe Konrath)
Every December I do a post about resolutions for writers, and every year I add more of them.
Digital Publishing: How Will it Evolve in 2014 and Beyond? (GigaOM)
The future of publishing is entering a new golden era that will make publishing available to more people. Twitter, new long-form content distributors and an increase in digital ad spending will support this new era.
Kindle Daily Deals: Room (and others)