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Is Alexandria, VA as 'Well-Read' as Amazon Claims? - Posted May 30, 2014
Earlier this month, Amazon released its list of the 20 most well-read cities across America and Alexandria, VA topped the chart. ... [GalleyCat]

Is Alexandria, VA as 'Well-Read' as Amazon Claims? - Posted May 30, 2014
Earlier this month, Amazon released its list of the 20 most well-read cities across America and Alexandria, VA topped the chart. ... [AllTwitter]

David Rothman Argues For More eBooks In Libraries - Posted November 4, 2010
EBooks are slowly making their way into libraries and TeleRead Founder David Rothman has a piece in The Atlantic today arguing why this is importa... [Inside Mobile Apps]

David Rothman Experiments With eBook App On iPad - Posted August 6, 2010
TeleRead Founder/Author David Rothman has a sneak preview version of his eBook available on the iPad through PadPressed, a WordPress blog plugin makes your blog look like an iPad app. His new novel is called The Solomon Scandals... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Will Kindles Become Phones? - Posted August 2, 2010
Will Amazon try to go after Apple further by making a phone enabled Kindle? David Rothman at Teleread thinks that this is possible. From Teleread: "... [Inside Mobile Apps]

eBook Blog TeleRead Purchased by North American Publishing Company - Posted February 11, 2010
The digital book reporting website TeleRead was purchased by the Gadgetell subsidiary of the North American Publishing Company (NAPCO) today--big news for the world of eBook news. Editor David Rot... [GalleyCat]

Digital Book Expert Clarifies Digtal Formats - Posted August 13, 2009
Earlier today, GalleyCat noted that Sony unveiled a new plan to adopt the ePub format for all digital books on the reader. According to the New York Times, Sony will convert all files to the ePub format by the end of the year, allowing users to share books on a host... [GalleyCat]

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