Thursday, February 14, 2013

Big in Berlin: Social Reading Startups Readmill and dotdotdot

Berlin's publishing startup scene is booming and two companies making their mark are Readmill and dotdotdot, developers focused on connecting readers through books.
Music services offer sharable, one-click downloadable playlists of songs. Why not do the sames for full text articles and book excerpts?
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More News from Publishing Perspectives:
Following strife in Bamako, Mali, France's Etonnants Voyageurs has launched a new book and film festival in Brazzaville, Congo — one for all of Africa.
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Bowker, the official ISBN agency of the US, has partnered for e-book conversion Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) to offer a new 1-stop shop for authors.
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From the Archives:
As in all things, form follows function, and the function of reading is being disrupted by convenience of consumption and construction, changing the book.
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