By Eric Freese | "The Tab doesn’t currently have a comparable flagship eReader app."
By Emily Williams | "The moment is ripe to match a young, tech-savvy audience with the kind of offbeat fiction published by Iambik's indie partners."
By Guy LeCharles Gonzalez | "My job is to find audiences for this content any way I can."
By Emily Williams | "Libraries will have to think about how they're going to compete with an organization like Starbucks."
By Simon Pulman | "Publishers must cease thinking of themselves as merely book - or even eBook - publishers."
By Emily Williams | "This argument is equivalent to saying that use of Google Translate would infringe on the translation rights of an ebook."
By Emma Cunningham | "Remember Blu-Ray vs. HD DVD? Eventually someone had to win and someone had to lose."
By Samir Kakar || "The new tablet device has undoubtedly changed the publishing industry’s focus on eBooks."
By Keith Fahlgren || "A very incomplete introduction to some of the new things that HTML5 and related specifications might bring."
By Guy LeCharles Gonzalez || "Why pay $9.99+ for a single eBook, when there are far more compelling apps available for much less money?"
By Eric Freese || "This might actually drive prices down since the iPad enables direct head-to-head competition between eBook retailers."
By Arthur Attwell || "Ebooks are only one, small example of how publishers can get more from their content."
By Stephanie Anderson || "Who gains from the current and coming technological changes, and what do they gain?"
By Marian Schembari || "With intiatives like these, who could possibly worry about the future of publishing?"
By Laura Dawson || "If your sales are dipping, it’s entirely possible that readers can’t find your books."
By Marian Schembari || "If bookstores continue to shut down left and right, readers have a limited ability to physically browse through books."
by Guy LeCharles Gonzalez || "2010 will undoubtedly be the year of 'e,' but it’s not going to stand for e-book; it will stand for experimentation."
by Susan Ruszala || "There has been a distinct shift in the tenor and orientation of dialogues about digital galleys—not if, but when; not why, but how."
By Stephen Bateman || "Darwin is standing on the doorstep of our industry."