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Penguin Random House Audio Team Launches The 'Volumes' App - Posted November 14, 2014
The Penguin Random House Audio team has developed a new discovery app called "Volumes." With this free app, readers can listen to clips from works by Jodi Picoult, Sophie Kinsella, and... [AllTwitter]

Relive 'Alice in Wonderland' on Lewis Carroll's birthday - Posted January 27, 2014
The author of one of the most celebrated children's books of all time, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, would have celebrated his 182nd birthday Monday. Born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, Jan. 27, 1832, the mathematician wrote Alice, its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, several other books and poems under... [PRNewser]

Relive 'Alice in Wonderland' on Lewis Carroll's birthday - Posted January 27, 2014
The author of one of the most celebrated children's books of all time, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, would have celebrated his 182nd birthday Monday. Born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, Jan. 27, 1832, the mathematician wrote Alice, its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, several other books and poems under... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Free eBook Flowchart - Posted August 15, 2012
What's your favorite kind of book? We've created a giant flowchart to help you browse the top 50 free eBooks at Project Gutenberg. Click the image above to see a larger version of the book map. Your choices range from Ch... [semanticweb.com]

Lewis Carroll Reads 'Jabberwocky' - Posted April 28, 2011
In honor of National Poetry Month, we dug up an animated video of children's author Lewis Carroll reading his poem, "Jabberwocky." The poem originated in Carroll's novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. The ... [semanticweb.com]

Kirkus Begins Reviewing Kids' Book Apps - Posted January 4, 2011
Interactive children's book apps have been steadily gaining in popularity over the past year and now readers don't have to rely on user reviews alone to find the ones worth reading. Kirkus Reviews is now r... [PRNewser]

Kirkus Begins Reviewing Kids' Book Apps - Posted January 4, 2011
Interactive children's book apps have been steadily gaining in popularity over the past year and now readers don't have to rely on user reviews alone to find the ones worth reading. Kirkus Reviews is now r... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Shirky, Syllogism and the Semantic Web - Posted March 18, 2007
A friend recently sent me the link to Clay Shirky’s piece on the Semantic Web  with a “I assume you’ve seen this, what do you think?” I had seen it, but I hadn’t looked at it for years. So I went back for another look. As usual, Shirky’s writing is intelligent, insightful and... [semanticweb.com]

Shirky, Syllogism and the Semantic Web - Posted March 18, 2007
A friend recently sent me the link to Clay Shirky's piece on the Semantic Web... [semanticweb.com]

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