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An Espresso Book Machine Comes to Connecticut
September 18, 2012 | 11:33 pm

On Demand Books, the New York-based company behind the Espresso Book Machine (described by the company as "an ATM for books") has just announced the EBM's 31st location in the United States: R.J. Julia Booksellers, a decades-old independent shop located in the shoreline town of Madison, Connecticut. If you happen to find yourself in the area next weekend, you might consider paying a visit to R.J. Julia on September 29, when the shop will be hosting an event to celebrate the arrival of the book machine. (Madison is located about 100 miles/161 kilometers northeast of New York City). "Our goal as a bookstore has always been to...

News Roundup – Links to Start Your Day
September 14, 2012 | 8:50 am

            >> Soon You'll be Able to Go to CVS and Print a Book (Paid Content) >> Hachette Increases Cost of Library Ebooks 220% (Good E-Reader) >> Author Invites World to Watch Her Write Novel Via Google Docs (The Digital Reader) >> Netflix Exec on Canada's Broadband Caps (GigaOM) >> Kindle Daily Deal: The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (and) Savvy...

Black Friday e-reader roundup
November 14, 2010 | 3:24 am

black-friday-comic-2It appears this is going to be the Christmas (or at least the Black Friday) of the $99 e-reader. Apart from the $99 Nook at Best Buy we mentioned the other day (and other discounts on the Pandigital Novel ($139.99) and Sharper Image Literati ($119.99)), now the leaked Wal*Mart Black Friday circular (PDF; link may not be working by the time you read this) indicates that the Sony Digital Reader Pocket Edition (PRS300SC) will be on sale for $99 between 5 a.m. and 11 a.m. on that fateful Friday. Sears lists a Libre eBook Reader PRO for $89.99, Hastings...

CVS pharmacy to get $99 smartbook, $179 e-reader
August 21, 2010 | 11:15 am

cvstechlead1 Engadget has obtained marketing materials indicating that the CVS pharmacy is going to stock a $99 Sylvania-branded Windows CE netbook, and a $179 “LookBook” color e-book reader. From the illustration, the Sylvania looks like yet another rebranded cheap Chinese smartbook. If it’s similar to some of the ones I found while searching for other cheapie netbooks, it probably won’t even be able to install new Windows CE applications so will be limited to what’s already installed. And of course, the savvy consumer will recall that you can get significantly more able refurbished Eee Linux netbooks for only...

CVS to sell $180 ereader – the Look Book
August 20, 2010 | 10:32 am

cvstech2.jpgThat's what Engadget is saying. It will have a 7" LCD screen, wireless (doesn't say what type), SD slot, keyboard, and come preloaded with 150 books. There also will be a tie-in with the Kobo bookstore. According to the I Heart CVS website, the information obtained by Engadget comes from the CVS planning books which are used by managers to plan for the next period. ...