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jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

word.

jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

word.

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janwo:

Why my eye doctor doesn’t like me…

needs more marker.

janwo:

Why my eye doctor doesn’t like me…

needs more marker.

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rockpapertheodore:

libraryadvocates:

Yesterday I said that bookmobiles are an instant reblog. Today, I learned that rule also applies to book donkeys.

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rockpapertheodore:

libraryadvocates:

Yesterday I said that bookmobiles are an instant reblog. Today, I learned that rule also applies to book donkeys.

BIBLIOBURRO

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Upgrade Your Hebrew Skills With These Simple Exercises
As much as the Hebrew alphabet might seem foreign and elusive at the beginning (“How will I ever learn this?”) it becomes very easy once you add a simple component:
Practice.
It’s like riding a bicycle. You need a lot of practice before you stop falling off.
And it’s the same with the Hebrew Alphabet. The only question is: How to practice?
This is why I got together with Eti Shani, our expert in all things Hebrew and we started building a system that is both fun and effective.
The result is a book that turns practicing the Hebrew alphabet into a game!
Officially, it’s not even released yet, but since you are reading this you can get it already now as part of our exclusive pre-release offer for just a fraction of the final price ($2.99 $7.99)
Click here to jump over to Amazon.com or select your corresponding country code: US | UK | DE | FR | ES | IT View high resolution

Upgrade Your Hebrew Skills With These Simple Exercises

As much as the Hebrew alphabet might seem foreign and elusive at the beginning (“How will I ever learn this?”) it becomes very easy once you add a simple component:

Practice.

It’s like riding a bicycle. You need a lot of practice before you stop falling off.

And it’s the same with the Hebrew Alphabet. The only question is: How to practice?

This is why I got together with Eti Shani, our expert in all things Hebrew and we started building a system that is both fun and effective.

The result is a book that turns practicing the Hebrew alphabet into a game!

Officially, it’s not even released yet, but since you are reading this you can get it already now as part of our exclusive pre-release offer for just a fraction of the final price ($2.99 $7.99)

Click here to jump over to Amazon.com or select your corresponding country code: US | UK | DE | FR | ES | IT

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Do E-book Customers Prefer Longer or Shorter Books?
Mark Coker, huffingtonpost.com
Back in the early days of ebooks, it was com­mon to hear experts prog­nos­ti­cate that ebook cus­tomers would pre­fer short­er books.After all, the the­o­ry went, ebook read­ers are on the go, more sub­ject to the ADHD dis­trac­tions of the…

Interesting piece by smashwords’ Mark Coker on preferred length of #ebooks in electronic #publishing View high resolution

Do E-book Customers Prefer Longer or Shorter Books?
Mark Coker, huffingtonpost.com

Back in the early days of ebooks, it was com­mon to hear experts prog­nos­ti­cate that ebook cus­tomers would pre­fer short­er books.

After all, the the­o­ry went, ebook read­ers are on the go, more sub­ject to the ADHD dis­trac­tions of the…

Interesting piece by smashwords’ Mark Coker on preferred length of #ebooks in electronic #publishing


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Adventures in (eBook) Publishing
When I finished high school, my parents asked me what I wanted to do with my life.
“I want to be a writer”, I said.
They asked me: “So, what do people do who are aspiring writers?”
“Well, I said. Not much. They get drunk, do drugs or whatever. And write, I guess. “
“Ah”, they said.
For lack of better advice we decided that I should try my luck studying lingustics. At least that would allow me to steal some time to write, I thought.
Which is what I did. For years. Participated in writing circles, read stuff on poetry slam stages, scored a few publications here and there, but lived mostly from teaching language to teenagers whose company I preferred anytime to the self-described “artist”-types and would-be comedians, all waiting to be “discovered”.
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Adventures in (eBook) Publishing

When I finished high school, my parents asked me what I wanted to do with my life.

“I want to be a writer”, I said.

They asked me: “So, what do people do who are aspiring writers?”

“Well, I said. Not much. They get drunk, do drugs or whatever. And write, I guess. “

“Ah”, they said.

For lack of better advice we decided that I should try my luck studying lingustics. At least that would allow me to steal some time to write, I thought.

Which is what I did. For years. Participated in writing circles, read stuff on poetry slam stages, scored a few publications here and there, but lived mostly from teaching language to teenagers whose company I preferred anytime to the self-described “artist”-types and would-be comedians, all waiting to be “discovered”.

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How Ebooks & The Net Bring Us Back To The Middle Ages, In a Good Way
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Recently, I’ve been reading the Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man, that (in)famous work of Marshall McLuhan, and it struck me that many of his insights relating to print media and reading culture can be applied to what is happening today, exactly 50 years after its publication in 1962.
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How Ebooks & The Net Bring Us Back To The Middle Ages, In a Good Way

.

Recently, I’ve been reading the Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man, that (in)famous work of Marshall McLuhan, and it struck me that many of his insights relating to print media and reading culture can be applied to what is happening today, exactly 50 years after its publication in 1962.

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