Posts tagged Caterina Fake
A conversation with Readmill founder Henrik Berggren
August 29, 2012 | 11:57 am
Editor's note: Where I come from, we tend to refer to people like Readmill founder Henrik Berggren as "young pioneers." Berggren works incredibly hard on a project he's hugely passionate about, and the result, for those of you who may not be familiar with his online service, is pure fun for book obsessives like myself. The easiest way to understand exactly what Readmill is and what exactly it can do for you is to watch the simple introductory video on the company's homepage. To put it simply, though, Readmill is something like a social networking site for the sorts of readers...
An E-Reader Annotation Mini-Manifesto
August 6, 2012 | 6:04 pm
I'll admit it: I was surprised when our recent post about the annotation abilities (or lack thereof) of various e-readers attracted so much attention. At the time, I wasn't really sure that anyone cared. Boy, was I wrong. In fact, a Berlin-based reader by the name of Matthew Bostock found the subject of our post so intriguing, he decided to write something of an annotation manifesto in response. We hope you enjoy it, and as always, we hope you'll share your thoughts (pro or con) in the comments. —D.E., ed. * * * AN E-READER ANNOTATION MINI-MANIFESTO Three Reasons You Should Give E-Reader...